It is a rainy morning today but we are lucky enough that the weather is seemingly cooperating with us last night and we were able to witness the biggest and the brightest supermoon that has ever existed since 1948. It is a rare phenomenon indeed and I understand why everyone is so crazy about it. Even I, can’t hide my excitement to witness the stunning beauty of the supermoon.
According to PAGASA ,the moon will pass by the earth at a distance of 356,621.611 kilometers which is considered the closest distance of moon from the earth which happened 68 years ago.
The Supermoon graced the Philippine night sky at 7:21 PM (November 14, 2016). It is also very interesting to note that the moon will not be as huge and as close as this until 2034 so I was lucky enough to capture this extremely rare event.These photos could have been more scenic if I am on a place not surrounded by artificial light. It was really an amazing experience to witness them moon in such close distance and I actually wouldn’t mind staring at it the whole night just to embrace its beauty.
Feel free to watch my short video of the Supermoon below