The most anticipated and closest to the earth supermoon in 68 years went down last night on the Isle of Palms….and the rest of the world too. I, along with several hundred other folks, stormed the beach early to claim a spot on the sand. After about an hour of waiting, the supermoon began to rise casting an orange reflection on the shoreline and light in the sky. While not as big as I was expecting (the media hype machines fault) and not a whole lot different from other supermoons I have seen, it was still a site for the eyes and a thing of beauty. The image below was taken as the sun began its rise on the Isle of Palms with folks watching from the Isle of Palms Pier.
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