The dazzling amber supermoon overnight made for some fantastic photographs by readers of The Lincolnite.
The majestic giant moon overnight on January 31 was a rare celestial event – dubbed the ‘super blue blood moon’.
It’s been 150 years since a supermoon (appearing around 14% larger), a blue moon (the second full moon in the calendar month) and a lunar eclipse (accounting for the blood red colour) coincided.
It delighted Lincolnites, and photographers in the city in particular.
— Rebecca Field (@Becci1952) February 1, 2018
Did you take any photographs of the supermoon last night? Send your pictures to [email protected] to be included in our gallery.