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June 22nd 2005, due to the relative positions of the Earth and Moon, the full moon would appear larger than normal. This happens once every 19 years!

Bearing this in mind, I set off to Saltburn to catch it when it was due to rise at about 11.10pm. It started to become visible at about 11.45pm and was unfortunately keeping low which thwarted my first plan to have a shot including the pier. I ended up photographing it from the end of the pier and rattled off dozens of shots.

Although it's white on the shot, it was actually a deep orange at the time but I couldn't expose correctly for it or the ground dissapeared! I'll post a workshop to show it close up.

I've had to mess about a bit in PP with levels, dodging and burning as it seems impossible to take a correctly exposed shot for moon and ground.

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