This was the beautiful view of the rising full super moon on our lake with its very long glitter path that was shimmering its moonlight all the way to touch me…Wow!
A super moon is just a term to reflect that it’s closer to Earth in its orbit than usual, we are lucky enough to have two super Moons this month with another full Moon on the 31st August. This second full Moon is called a blue Moon as two full moons in a month only happen once in a blue Moon.
It's nice to see we are having a bit of fun with astronomy.
The Stardust Junior Astronomy Club kids just loved learning all about the Super and Blue Moon this month with there astronomy session, they will be on the lookout for all the different phases to enjoy.
Image taken with a Canon G7x Mark11 camera on manual focus, one-second exposure and ISO200.