A delightful snap of last night’s honey moon

A delightful snap of last night's honey moon
Gizmodo: “This Friday the 13th will be extra-beautiful (or creepy, depending on your perspective) because this month’s full moon coincides with its perigee — when it’s closest to earth during its orbit—so it will appear super large on the horizon. Pair that with the June summer solstice — when the sun cuts its highest path in the sky — and a smattering of atmospheric dust and pollution, and the whole thing will give off an amber — or ‘honey’ — hue.” (Photo: Emily D., reproduced under a Creative Commons license)