Tonight we had a lunar eclipse coupled with a “supermoon”, i.e., a full moon that appears larger because it’s at the closest point of its orbit with Earth. This is relatively rare, having last happened in1982 and not happening again until 2033. I missed the lunar eclipse (when the moon looks red) and that was upsetting. I wasn’t sure about photographing the “supermoon” after that, but decided to shoot it anyway. Well, it was beautiful, with the most spectacular glow. Unfortunately, I could only make the same shot again and again, as it was already high in the sky not allowing for much creative composition.