日本での一年間

March 28, 2011

Supermoon

Filed under: Events, Interesting — Tags: , , , , , , — myyearinjapan @ 11:48 pm

You may have heard about the Supermoon on March 19th. A supermoon is a full moon that appears larger than normal from earth and it happens about once every 18 years. (According to NASA, the last supermoon was in 1993.) It didn’t look much bigger to me, but I still took the time to try and photograph it.

moon

This is what happens when you go up against a SUPERMOON with no tripod.

moooon

Forget the colors of the wind. I could paint the sky with all the colors of the moon.

taken with tripod

A picture I got later when I went outside with a tripod.

tripod again

'nother picture I got using a tripod. Bright, bright moooon!

Does it look bigger and brighter and better than normal? Does it?

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