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AFPS102 Supermoon over Three Fingers Rock

Shropshire Landscape greeting card.

Photography by Andrew Fusek Peters


“My press agency had asked me to get a pic of the 2016 supermoon, closest to the earth since 1948.  But up on the Long Mynd, the clouds and fog meant a no show. I drove back towards Church Stretton in a glum mood, which changed instantly as I crossed the cattle grid into town.  There!  To my left, the supermoon rose above Three Fingers rock, a volcanic extrusion that rises on Caer Caradoc.  I only had seconds to grab this shot.  The moon is blurry because lower down in the sky, there is more atmospheric distortion to see through.  This was my shot of the year, and was published the next day on the front of The Times, in four other nationals and later on the front of Amateur Photographer.””

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