The supermoon of July 2013

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Did you know that 2013 has seen three supermoons so far, and all in a row (May, June and July)? Those supermoons don’t have to look much bigger than a “normal” moon and honestly, it’s hard to see a difference with the naked eye. But it still gives me the opportunity to get a few nice photographs of the full moon. And that’s what I did a few nights ago.

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The evening started out quite cloudy and the moon was covered with a big patch of clouds, even though the rest of the sky seemed pretty clear. It did make for some interesting photos of the moon behind the clouds.

Moon hiding behind the clouds
Moon hiding behind the clouds

As the night got darker, the clouds got thinner and I got to see more of the full moon.

Full moon coming out from behind the clouds
Full moon coming out from behind the clouds

The skies finally cleared up and I got a nice view of the supermoon of July 2013. If you didn’t get a chance to see it where you live, this is what it looked like.

Full moon - supermoon of July 2013
Full moon – supermoon of July 2013

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