- Super Moon shots that will make you swoon
The moon gods were smiling down on us last night. Despite the pesky cloud-cover, some photographers were lucky enough to snap some epic images.
Check out the Super Moon time-lapse above (created by matjoez, timeflees and paksty), then below treat yourself to some of the best Super Moon shots we've seen so far from our talented community across Australia.
Image credit: Scott Kingman. Taken with the Canon EOS 5DMKIII - EF70-200 f/2.8 L II USM IS lens with the 2x III converter (400mm at f/5.6, 1/2500sec), ISO set to 200 and taken on a tripod. Find Scott on Instagram and on his website.
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