I am not sure what I appreciate about Sarah Moon's work, but what I am incredibly inspired by, is the way she speaks about her work, and how she takes advantage of photography as an art form. Although her images are well constructed, and technical well down, I enjoy what she has to say as an artist more than her work.
She discusses how she uses her camera to create a situation that isn't there, and cheat reality, to show the audience an alternative reality. She takes advantage of what the camera sees, instead of what she sees. I think as an artist, this is a beautiful way to think, and method of thinking I wish to take advantage of.