Show Us Your Photos of Last Night's Glorious Supermoon

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Last night was the first of what's about to be the Summer of the Supermoon, which is exhausting for werewolves and absolutely spectacular for everyone else. There's already quite a few photos popping up, so we're asking you, dear readers, to show us the most beautiful photos you took of last night's circular show.


Supermoons happen when the moon gets a cozy 31,000 miles closer to the Earth, making it about 15 percent bigger but nearly a third brighter. And while the phenomenon isn't quite as rare as we'd like to believe, that doesn't mean there's not a bevy spectacular photos just waiting to be shared. So go ahead—show us what you've got in the comments below.

Image: Flickr/Francisco Carlos Calderòn Bocanegra



Got real lucky with my CPC 9.25 hooked up to my Nikon D7100. The result? This awesome shot! From Sagamore, MA