Tonight the moon is the closest it’s been to Earth in 18 years. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky tonight so tonight’s photos aren’t quite as interesting as last night’s. I’m just glad I was able to document this lunar event.
The first photo is from the first rest stop on the Atlantic City Expressway as you’re leaving Atlantic City. I’d hoped to get a photo of the moon with the city as a backdrop but the opportunity did not present itself while were there so the hubs graciously stopped to let me try for a skyline shot. It was not to be, but I like this photo well enough.
I took the next two when I got home. Neither are as good as the photos from last night but again, I’m just glad I was able to get out and take a few photos to document this lunar event.
Tomorrow night’s full moon is a super moon. A super moon is a new or full moon that coincides with the moon being close to the earth. Tomorrow the moon will be the closest it’s been to the earth in 18 years. We’re supposed to have showers in the morning tomorrow so I’m hoping they sky will be clear enough to take some photos at night.
While we were out walking the cats, yes the cats, I noticed the sky was beautiful with the nearly full moon and a partly cloudy sky. I brought Cuppy in and grabbed my camera to take a few photos.