1 Shot Wednesday: Supermoon

One photograph just won’t do it this week. Did you see that full moon last night? Here are three shots from last night’s supermoon which was only 221,851 miles away from Earth. The pinky orb made our mouths drop. These shots happened Arizona time at 7:20 p.m. outside of Tuzigoot National Monument. There’s something special about two ancient entities sharing the same sky. The transcendentalist in me was quite happy.

1. Rising over Tuzigoot.
2. Road to the Moon
3. Too Full for Words

Which one do you like best?

36 thoughts on “1 Shot Wednesday: Supermoon

  1. Very nice, Cindy. We had something similar here of course, but it had a ‘fuzzy halo’ around it.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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    1. Him. A ring is a good omen. You deserve it!

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  2. Beautiful, I love all three. I know you’re normally blessed with clean air in your part of the world, I’ve noticed the skies are a lot clearer over here recently. One plus side to the lockdown and a drop in air pollution?

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    1. Paul, I have been reading densely populated areas are enjoying the breathing room. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  3. All are amazing with the desert lit by the moon, but that close up shot is spectacular!

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    1. I was happy to see some shadowy formulations of the moon,’s surface. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. I’m a bit obsessed with it…I have a huge coffee table book with hundreds of pages of pictures and information, and I own the documentary “Last Man On The Moon” about the LAST Astronaut to land there…I will be doing a “Cult Movie Monday” segment on that soon!

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        1. I had no idea! Interesting. You must have liked the moon surface filming of Astra?

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  4. That is a spectacular shot Cindy ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. So big and heavy. It felt like I could touch it.

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  5. Hi. I saw the Moon last night. And I looked at it again tonight. Earthโ€™s moon always is worth looking at.

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    1. I don’t know enough. The night before the supermoon, the moon was white and small, high by my head. A night later, it was low and in my arms.

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  6. Once again, you have taken some very pretty pictures ๐Ÿ™‚ Anyway, keep up the great work as always ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. The first – because it depicts the moon rolling down the hill

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    1. Thanks for seeing that, Derrick.

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  8. My favorite is the third.

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    1. Thanks for your vote. It is not often I see the moon’s shadows.

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      1. I hadn’t thought of that, but you’re so right!!

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  9. I photographed it too, but from my suburban garden, it’s much nicer with the mountains.

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  10. No Hollywood movie can top Nature’s ingenuity and beauty! This is incredible! Glad that you were able to capture this spectacular moment!

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  11. Roee told me there was a super moon. I had a look. It was big and bright for sure. Not sure what it means??? is that Spring Solstice or something?

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    1. It was the closest the moon would get to the earth this year. That is all I know.

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  12. The close up is definitely my favourite!

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  13. Wow! #2 is my favorite.

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      1. Youโ€™re welcome, Cindy

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  14. I like the first with both items clearly in the picture. When I use my imagination, I feel like the moon is bouncing down the hill.

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    1. Welcome, Geri. Great! I saw the same thing. You were one of two blogging buddies who saw it, too. ๐Ÿ™‚

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