The day after supermoon

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8 thoughts on “The day after supermoon”

  1. It’s the subtlety of the edge of the cloud below that really makes this special. It’s interesting to see the apparent orientation of the moon in different parts of the world. From where I live it looks like it’s turned about 60° counterclockwise from what I’m used to seeing.

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    1. Thank you Michael, I never thought of it the fact that moon looks different from different parts of the world. Thanks for pointing that out. Intrusting fact that not much people pay attention to.

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