The exact full moon when it was at its most super was last night @10:30, but it was still livin’ large this morning as it set over the Connecticut River in Hadley, MA. It’s not very pink, is it? The name actually comes from moss pink, a phlox that flowers in early spring. But it is just about to start disappearing behind a pink cloud.
This was with the Tamron 100-400 and I was surprised that it grabbed a sharper moon than the Canon 70-200. That said, it still required some Photoshop and Topaz magic to be processed to its best.
A question has arisen about the size of the image when clicking to it’s own page. There is a small box in the lower right that allows you to click for full size. The file name and other lower bits disappear when you do that so only the image is there.