So this weekend, The “Man of Steel” movie hits the theaters, but ol’ Clark Kent isn’t the only thing worth looking up to the heavens for this weekend.
This weekend’s full moon is considered a perigee moon because it occurs when our moon is at its closest point in the elliptical orbit around the Earth. I know, cool right? What that means is the moon will look 14% LARGER when you look at it, especially if you catch it as it rises or sets. So what are you waiting for? This Saturday and Sunday, break out those smart phones, cameras or just get out and enjoy the night air. You won’t be able to see the next perigee moon until August 2014.
Don’t forget to include links to your awesome shots of this event in the comment section below.
Hey Michigan, we’re headed your way soon! We’ll be in Port Huron July 12th-14th for some awesome sessions. We still have some openings or If you’re in the area, we’d love it if you just stop by to say hello.
Hey, don’t just stop here , let’s get social 🙂 Come visit me on Facebook or Twitter and join in on the fun. Or if you’re looking for something on the light side lets share our odd little worlds on “Instagram” at Sean_spphotography. See you next time everybody 🙂