Each time I listened to the news the past few days I heard about the "Super Moon." The reporters said that scientists estimated the moon rising in the east at sunset this Saturday would appear 14 percent bigger than usual, and 30 percent brighter at its peak tonight.
I was excited to attempt to take a few photos. At first, I was disappointed because I saw no sign of the moon at sunset. I thought my only chance of getting a shot of the moon would be at sunset when there was still some light in the sky.
Around 10:00 pm I spied that bright old moon.
I had expected it to seem larger, but it was still beautiful. I grabbed my camera, experimented with a few settings, and I was pleased with the results.
I have a new respect for my camera. The setting I used for these pictures is called "scenery."