seen in skies over Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge
supermoon was visible in the skies over Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge
lunar event is so-called because it's when the moon is closest to
say that the Supermoon should appear about 7% larger and about 15%
brighter. Last night's clear skies meant it was a pretty impressive
photographer Sally Gilroy told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "I have
always been in awe of the moon since a child, and try and follow
when we are going to blessed by these super moons."
the past few days the media covered a lot of information regarding
this wonderful blue blood moon, and I was hoping that the cloud
cover was going to be minimal to give everyone a clear view to witness
the moon that is unlike to happen again for another 150 years."
prayers were answered as I gazed into the sky around 6.20pm and
the clouds started to move away as the wind picked up, to reveal
the most delightful bright moon."
my back door I managed to get several photographs, it has been spectacular
for me to get these cherished once in a lifetime photographs of
the blue blood moon over Highbridge."
Top, the supermoon photographed from Burnham seafront on Wednesday
evening; and above Sally Gilroy's shots from Highbridge