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Sorry for the blurry photo! This is the closest shot that I could get using my smart phone. I was watching the news while preparing dinner at around half past seven and thought of taking a shot at it.I thought I would never able to see this rare thingy because of cloudy skies. Its brightness was spectacular. It would have been different if I used my SLR cam, but I wasn't able to set it up earlier. Well, anyway here it is the so called 'Supermoon'.
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  • Hi, Mary!

    You're absolutely right! I can use this phone at night as long as there's proper lighting. I'll try to be more prepared for the next scientific phenomenon. 

    Thank you for stopping by!


    Robbie :)

  • Well, smart phones are not a good option for taking pictures at night. But it's a nice try :)

    Thanks for sharing!

  • Hello, Kal!

    You're welcome! The effort has paid off when I saw your comment. I hope we'd still see this rare moon again after more than thirty years. God willing!

    Thank you for commenting!

    Robbie :)

  • Hello, Elen!

    I totally agree with you. The Supermoon's brightness was a scene stealer itself. Maybe that's the reason my phone had difficulty capturing it. I had to keep photographing the moon in order to get a clean shot hi hi.

    Thank you for commenting!

    Robbie :)

  • Hi, Keen Learner!

    It looks like we've been through with the 'blurry photo' experience before. I had lots of them especially the ones printed using films. I agree with you, it's not our friend's fault when the photo turned out blurry. Nobody wants that to happen to anyone.

    Thank you for leaving your comment! 

    Robbie :)

  • Hello, Eva!

    I agree with you. My Facebook feed that time was full of Supermoon photos from different locations. There's even a news that some media outfit tried to photoshop it. 

    Thank you for commenting!

    Robbie :)

  • Hi, Grace!

    Thank you commenting! I guess smartphones aren't ideal for night mode shooting. I used it anyway because according to the news, the Supermoon wouldn't last its size and brightness. And true enough, it changed back to a regular full moon in a blink of an eye, (after a few minutes). I also didn't pay enough attention since the weather was a bit rainy that time.

    I'm glad I was still able to capture this once in the blue moon phenomenon.


    Robbie :)

  • So great your effort and you are so lucky.Many thanks for sharing with us dear Robbie,

  • Robbie, wow, it is so bright and big that it looks like sun! We were lucky to see such a rare fact!

  • When I first time had a look at blur picture, I thought I needed a glasses I mean my eyesight had been weak, later it revealed that the picture was blur :)

    When picture taken by a friend is blur, you need to view it by the eye of your heart. Robbie nice picture!
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