A supermoon is a new or full moon that happens to coincide with a close approach of the moon to the earth. Saturday’s full moon was the closest it has been to Earth in 18 years, according to Spaceweather.com.
The distance between the Earth and the moon during the event was about 221,567 miles, as compared to the average distance of 238,000 miles, according to Space.com.
The supermoon phenomenon was awaited with bated breath by avid moon watchers, astronomy enthusiasts and astrologers who had prophesied calamities on the occasion. The celestial event has passed without causing anything untoward, but left in its trail spectacular visuals of the ‘largest’ moon in almost 20 years.
These are some pictures of Super Moon as seen from Kathmandu.
Photos By: Sachin Karanjit, Meekha Tuladhar.
56 thoughts on “Super Moon as seen from Kathmandu”
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Very nice shots. So does the moon always turn red on every new moon or just this once?
creative one !!! keep going for “SUN”……………….
Great great simple great meekha……
great job meekha. keep on rockin your cam.
Thank you all. I am glad we didnt let anyone miss it. Special Thanks to Thomas Kelly and Sachin Karanjit…. 😉
its awesome how the photographer has captured the different stages……….really liked the work…….wayy to go and best of luck.
We were talking of the moon coming closer to earth by almost more than 7,000 KM on the day of HOLI but could not see with the open eyes. but you did not let us miss that opportunity because of your capture in STILLS.. Thanks to you guys and the perfect pictures have paid off your patience… GOOD WORK !!!
Hours in terrace paying off Meekha 😛
Great job Meekha and Sachin, happy to see Nepali youth engage in such brilliant work….. good luck
this is so awesome…i am so mad i couldnt see it as it was cloudly the both day down here:(
Excellent pictures Sachin – great job! You seem like an expert photographer.
i didn’t get to see all these phases of this super moon the day before yesterday.. .thank you sachin n meekha … i (many others who have missed it) feel like you have clicked these pics for me (us) …. gud job….
nice work guys… I did check out the moon but didn’t know the facts… thanks for the info..
had heard abt this super moon…. these are quite awesome stills of that moment. kudos to the photographers!!
Meekha.I can see a very passionate photographer in really a young age. May u shine like a moon….good luck!!
The pics are great Sachin dai!! 🙂
Keep up the good work!!
Great job Meekha…I can see Sachin is getting better under ur influence and training… 😉
tangled in the obsession…surrounded by the illusion……not for long lasts the trouble……….at last the time comes to mingle………….above pic speaks louder than my poems…..meekha di….really apreciable photography…….keep it up………
@ashay: thanks…meekha clicked some of these…credit goes to her too…
nice photography sachin now you r one of the best photographer of deerwalk
Wonderful pics! love to see them n’ hope to have much more such works to see in the days to come.
Good job Meekha
@bishwas: yeah u r spot on!!!…the red one was captured during early evening and yes some tweaks with exposure helped the cause too 🙂
Thank you all :)…
@anjan : Actually the color of the moon was changing as the sky got darker and it was only after 8.30 or so the color somewhat remained stable… 🙂
@anjan: different exposure n white balance settings i guess! also the time of shoot is a great factor…..i believe the red ones were shot during early evening…hoina sachin dai?
Awesome pics. Why different colors of the moon though?
Lovely they are…….
All these pictures have wow factor………….
Great pics dai……it’s hard to imagine dat u captured them without using tripod!