Supermoon rose tonight at 8:41. I sometimes pass on photographing the moon because it’s really never different each time. You can’t really tell it’s a Super Moon (coming a bit closer to Earth than normal so appears larger), so it’s helpful to have some other point of interest in the shot. These clouds worked well. Also, the boat passing in front was a welcome surprise. The last photo is from a series of long exposures I did while walking on the breakwall. Read some of my thoughts on moon composite photography here.
The Leland Home Tour is today (information below)!