13 shots of a supermoon from around a world

December 15, 2016 - Supermoon

Did we see a full moon Tuesday night? For those who don’t know, it wasn’t usually a full moon, but a supermoon. Supermoons happens when a moon passes closest to Earth in a elliptical orbit, creation it seem most incomparable than usual.

Any time an eclipse, meteor showering or something else extraordinary visible happens, we open adult Instagram. Not usually do we get to see what people are articulate about, we get to see it from vantage points from around a world.

Here are a shots that held my eye. To start off, in London, ’tis a season:

This one is from Oslo, Norway:

Great colors and reflections in this shot from Los Angeles:

Looks like it was flattering cold in Kirov, Russia:

Nice thoughtfulness shot from Karlskrona, Sweden:

A shot by a tree in a Upper East Side of New York City:

It seems sharpened a print by trees was a renouned strategy, as you’ll see again here in Cambridge, UK:

Also in Middleton, Wisconsin:

Here’s a shot of a seashore of Sao Luis Island in northern Brazil:

In Spain, a moon had a splendid red or orange tone like in Barcelona:

Also here in Valencia:

Another from Catalonia:

Finally, from St. Petersburg, Florida, this crafty photographer done a red moon demeanour like it was balancing on tip of a tower:

source ⦿ https://www.cnet.com/news/13-shots-of-the-supermoon-from-around-the-world/

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