June 22, 2013

Astrophotography: Summer Solstice Moon

Today is the only time the largest the full moon will be visibly seen in the horizon for the entire year. Astronomers calls it Perigee or "Supermoon". And yesterday, first day of Summer, is the longest day of the year. I've been captivated with Astrophotography since I captured my first full moon in California in broad daylight! A phenomenon called Day Moon, and here I go again...

And one more shot for the road...

Goodnight moon!

If you missed gazing at this magnificence tonight, the next Perigee moon will be in August 2014.

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