Along with Storm Ciara at the weekend came the first supermoon of 2020 – aka “Full Snow Moon”. It’s the first of four supermoons to take place in 2020. It’s the result of a full moon occuring at the moon’s closest point in its orbit around the Earth which makes it seem bigger and brighter than usual.
If you’re struggling to remember why we get “full moons” then the infographic above may be a useful recap. Final thanks to the amazingly talented @DipeshRao for letting me use the monster 600mm Nikon prime lens with my 2x teleconverter.