I know I was not at Rainham when I took these this evening but hey-ho, it's the same moon so here we go anyway...
If you get the chance either tomorrow morning when it sets or in the evening (about 1830) when it rises, go and have a look at the moon. From what I can remember from the news this morning, this 'super-sized' moon, which appears 14% bigger and brighter, is a once in 20 year event.
It was magnificent this evening comings up over Cliffe Woods in North Kent and looked almost sun like at first. Big and orange to start with before becoming shimmering silver disc within the hour.
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