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Not About Food: Shooting the Supermoon

We got clouded out on the initial Supermoon rise last night, but later I did manage to get at least one interesting shot of that super bright moon illuminating the clouds directly east of us…and a lot of bunk ones, too (sigh). Some potentially interesting shots have a nice green reflection of the moon, maybe from my UV filter.

Seeing this big ol’ moon, so bright and so close to Earth (relatively speaking), gave me a new appreciation for the “Oh, $&#!” factor in Susan Beth Pfeffer’s Life As We Knew It, where a meteor knocks the moon closer to Earth and sets off a series of global catastrophes that change everything for one teenage girl and her family in rural Pennsylvania.

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