Supermoon Photos Taken Around The World

21 Mar

Did you see it? Saturday night’s “supermoon” appeared as planned, as the moon made its closest encounter to Earth since 1993.

From small communities to larger cities, the event was captured by many. But for us here in Burbank, we were not among the lucky ones. I have checked the skies multiple times but sadly, it was too overcast.

And tonight, March 20, 2011, the moon will once again appear fairly large but I’m sure that we won’t be able to view it again because it’s raining cats and dogs here in Burbank. What a real bummer!

Is this how we welcome the first day of Spring?

Since we were and most likely not be able to view it, I had to contend myself in looking at pictures taken around the world. And man, I was more jealous of the lucky ones. The pics are really spectacular so I compiled them to share with you…

beside St Michael's Tower on Glastonbury Tor, Somerset

near the Lincoln Memorial, in Washington DC

near the Lincoln Memorial, in Washington DC

National Monument and the Capitol Hill in Washington, DC

behind the radio and television tower 'Funkturm' in Berlin

over the city skyline of New York City

from the end of Worthing Pier in Sussex, England

over Manila, Philippines

over east London

above the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid

Source: The Daily Mail


Posted by on 03/21/2011 in Global News


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3 responses to “Supermoon Photos Taken Around The World

  1. BaldEagle

    03/20/2011 at 7:00 pm

    Wow! Amazing pictures! Well, I waited for that dang moon, but it didn’t look as good. Am I in the wrong part of the world?

  2. Jo

    03/22/2011 at 4:28 am

    The pictures are just spectacular. I wish I have seen the phenomena with my own eyes.

  3. Chloe

    03/25/2011 at 7:13 pm

    The weather sucked big time! We didn’t even see a glimpse of it. Grrrr!


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