Super moons have become so common place, that their importance has taken a back seat to more important activities…like staying home and eating dinner in front of the TV. However, this month I made an exception. The super moon on November 13 held the distinction of being the biggest, brightest, and closest to earth than all the full moons since 1948. And it won’t happen again until November 2034. Getting this shot was certainly worth climbing over fences, gingerly avoiding rocky hazards along a lake shore, and listening to coyote packs howl. Thank you J for schlepping my camera and tripod to make the trek easier and safer for your mom.
Please follow me to Chicago to see what Jessica has prepared for our viewing pleasure. Something with mouse ears perhaps?