Super Moon

Cornwall Photographic

Tonight is one of those nights when the moon appears bigger than it usually does.  This is called a super moon and tonight, with clear skies, I was lucky enough to see it.  The longest lens I have is 70mm (I have a 400mm lens on my Amazon wish list) so it’s not a brilliant picture as I’ve had to crop so tightly but even so, the Tycho crater is clearly visible at the bottom of the moon.. 🙂

Super Moon70mm f/5.6 1/400 sec ISO-100

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