Last night's Supermoon was something to see! It was the
brightest and biggest in nearly 70 years! It is called a
Supermoon due to the fact that it turns full at the same time it
hits the perigee which is the point on the orbit closest to Earth.
Although it was at it's fullest point close to the morning hours
of November 14 (right before sunrise), the cloudy morning
didn't give such a clear picture so I am glad that I had captured
it during the night of November 13.
The last time the moon was this close to Earth was in 1948.
Next time it won't be until November 24, 2034!
I am so glad that I got to capture this beautiful event and truly
see the beauty of the full moon up close! You can see the
transition of the supermoon through the two pictures taken at
9:52 PM and then again at 11:54 PM.