Today I was ready to bin all the images when I came across this amazing shaped cloud cradling the Moon, if you look closely and use your imagination you can make out a face and outstretched arms holding the Moon.
I know this is whimsical but we all like to see shapes in the clouds and I thought you might like to see a different type of picture with this special Super Moon.
A Perigee Moon means that the Moon is closest to the Earth in its orbit around our planet. The Moon does not orbit the Earth in a perfect circle, its path is slightly elliptical and it can be as much as fifty thousand kilometres closer to Earth at this time. The next time the Moon will be this close at approximately 356,000 kilometres will be on the 10th August 2014, so you’ve got plenty of time to get ready for the next one :-))