Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Supermoon Views at Mablethorpe

When I realised we would be at the seaside for the Supermoon on November 13/14th, I wondered what I could get in the foreground to give an idea of scale. Difficult as nothing is far enough away to get in focus with the moon but here some attempts as the moon rose on November 13th evening, changing from red to white as it rose higher.

 Monday was cloudy but I managed to catch the moon setting on Tuesday morning and again looked for things to give scale. Using 560mm lens equivalent allowed an idea of the size of this supermoon - the largest and brightest since 1948 apparently.

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