Mega Moon

Det gikk plutselig ut et ekstremvarsel!  Ikke på storm eller nedbør av noe slag, men rett og slett på vår kjære måne som plutselig var nærmere Jorden enn noen gang. Og selv om jeg jo har mange bilder av ‘månen’ fra før, så syntes jeg liksom jeg måtte ut med kameraet.

Selvsagt måtte det være tett skydekke og ekstremvær i vente, men plutselig fanget jeg den et par minutter gjennom et hull i skydekket. Da så den slik ut:
Pictures 202bAll of a sudden and ‘extreme alert’ was sounded.  And it wasn’t a stormwarning or about heavy rainfall of sorts, but our cherished  and romantic looking moon which was all of a sudden  much closer to the Earth than it had ever been!
And even if I have hundreds of pictures of the moon from before, I felt the need to get my camera and document this happening.

Of course, the layers of clouds were heavier than usual. And who hasn’t heard about ‘Murphys law’?  But then suddenly I got a short glimpse of the elusive megasized moon through the clouds. And so do you!
(Compliments of SRB )


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5 Responses to Mega Moon

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Reblogged this on BrewNSpew and commented:
    Sharing a photo by Svein at See Norway that was taken in June 2013 to celebrate the Jan. 31, 2018 moon event.

  2. allesistgut says:

    I have that huge moon Sunday night, too. It was amazing and so beautiful. Your photo is wonderful. Ha en kjempefin dag. 😀

  3. twoscamps says:

    An unforgettable view it is! Great photo!

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