taken by whitehawk in Eugene, Oregon
Last night the moon passed 31,000 miles closer to earth than her normal orbit resulting in what is being called a supermoon. What that meant for us on planet earth was she appeared 14% bigger and more beautiful (I’m a bit of a moon freak). This is a rare occurrence and will not occur again until 2029.
I have always loved a full moon so last night was particularly exciting although with our cloudy skies in
I worried I would miss it. Thankfully, we did not but I don’t have a camera that could capture the beauty and just sticking my Kodak point and shoot out the bedroom window seemed a bit insulting. The photos below were taken by people across the Portland When possible I attribute them. Enjoy! U.S.
taken by Jeri Jecminek