Supermoon is a New Word
The word just arrived in my vocabulary this week.
It happened when I did some online searches for this month's full moon schedule.
A new word doesn't feel comfortable until you use it a hundred times.
That fact, I learned from my English as a second language book.
So, every chance I get, I'll be saying "SUPERMOON".
And, I should probably tell the Spellcheck Dude, his stuff needs to be updated.
Here is what I saw on my way to a secluded location, to watch moonrise.
It was about 4:30 in the afternoon when I spotted these kids having a tug-o-war in the mud.
Doesn't that make you want to be a kid again ?
If anybody, out there, needs a babysitter, give me a holler.
Drop the little rascals off and I'll make sure they get some quality play time.
An hour later, I was on the waterfront and noticed, fish started jumping out of the water.
The supermoon wasn't showing, yet so, I practiced shooting fish.
Whenever you see a bunch of little fish jumping, something bigger, is after them.
The, so called, supermoon, didn't catch my eye, until around 7 PM.
That's because there was a fairly thick marine layer on the horizon, blocking the view.
By 8 PM I started getting full moon shots, like this.
To get sharp details with a digital camera, I like to underexpose by 5 or 6 clicks.
Here's a wide angle image of the supermoon over Kin Bay.
The star burst effect, makes it look more like a supermoon, if you ask me.
It's probably best for me not to tell you how this photo was taken.
And, if you decide to drop your kids off, for me to watch, there's a few things you need to know.
If they get dirty, it's not my fault.
And, my standard fee is: $750.00 US Dollars an hour.
It would cost a little more, if you'd like me to teach them how to flip the bird !
NOTE: The supermoon will occur tonight, weather permitting.
And, may be visible, in blue skies, as it sets tomorrow morning.
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