Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Captivated by the 'super moon'

Like so many others Fiona and I were captivated by the 'super moon'. We checked it out together at about 6.30pm on the 14/11 as it rose from behind the pine trees across the road. I woke up at about 1.30am and 4.30am as it was so bright - so I went outside for another look or two; and of course a few photos.

I do love how  the features that are on the right of the moon in the early evening appear on the left by morning.

©2016 Barry Smith
©2016 Barry Smith - Supper moon at about 6.30pm 14 Nov
©2016 Barry Smith - Super Moon at about 1.30am on 15 Nov
©2016 Barry Smith
©2016 Barry Smith - Starting to set at about 4.30am 15 Nov
©2016 Barry Smith - Super moon at about 4.30am 15 Nov
©2016 Barry Smith - Through the yucca plant - moon in focus
©2016 Barry Smith ©2016 Barry Smith - Through the yucca plant - yucca plant in focus
We were lucky that the sky was mainly clear.

1 comment:

  1. I was hoping you would post super moon photos. You don't disappoint! Your pictures are amazing as always!


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