SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - 26 May 2021: Earth's umbra during the total lunar eclipse of a Super Flower Blood Moon. Each moon is a single shot with the composited series representing a passage of about two-and-a-half hours of the entire eclipse. The first shot in the series is at the 11 O’clock position and continues counter-clockwise.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - 26 May 2021: Earth's umbra during the total lunar eclipse of a Super Flower Blood Moon. Each moon is a single shot with the composited series representing a passage of about two-and-a-half hours of the entire eclipse. The first shot in the series is at the 11 O’clock position and continues counter-clockwise.
Moonrise, breaking through clouds over Vaucluse, Sydney.  One hour, eight minutes after sunset. Single exposure. Full super pink moon. 6:41pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
Moonrise, breaking through clouds over Vaucluse, Sydney. One hour, eight minutes after sunset. Single exposure. Full super pink moon. 6:41pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
A passenger train, crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is silhouetted against a rising super moon. Full super pink moon. 6:58pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
A passenger train, crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is silhouetted against a rising super moon. Full super pink moon. 6:58pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
Sydney Harbour Bridge in silhouette against a rising super moon. Full super pink moon. 7:22pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
Sydney Harbour Bridge in silhouette against a rising super moon. Full super pink moon. 7:22pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 14 November 2016: Single exposure of a perigee full 'super' moon rising over the arch of Sydney Harbour Bridge at dusk.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 14 November 2016: Single exposure of a perigee full 'super' moon rising over the arch of Sydney Harbour Bridge at dusk.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 17 July 2019: Single exposure of a partial Lunar Eclipse over the Sydney Skyline at dawn.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 17 July 2019: Single exposure of a partial Lunar Eclipse over the Sydney Skyline at dawn.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 29 March 2021: A setting, waning full moon over the Sydney skyline during blue hour, one hour after full disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 29 March 2021: A setting, waning full moon over the Sydney skyline during blue hour, one hour after full disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 20 April 2020: Moon set at sunrise, four minutes after the sun has broken the opposite horizon and not yet casting light on the Sydney Opera House.  Waning moon with 99.8% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 20 April 2020: Moon set at sunrise, four minutes after the sun has broken the opposite horizon and not yet casting light on the Sydney Opera House. Waning moon with 99.8% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 28 February 2018:  Moon rise over the ANZAC Bridge at 7:36pm, an hour after sunset.  Waxing moon with 96% disc illumination.  Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 28 February 2018: Moon rise over the ANZAC Bridge at 7:36pm, an hour after sunset. Waxing moon with 96% disc illumination. Single exposure.
KIRRIBILLI, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 3 March 2018: A full moon over the North Sydney skyline at sunrise. Waning, 99.1% disc illumination. Single exposure.
KIRRIBILLI, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 3 March 2018: A full moon over the North Sydney skyline at sunrise. Waning, 99.1% disc illumination. Single exposure.
NEWCASTLE, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 3 December 2017:  As the sun fades on the opposite horizon, a bright perigee Moon rises over Nobby's Lighthouse and Promontory. Waxing, 99.8% disc illumination. Single exposure.
NEWCASTLE, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 3 December 2017: As the sun fades on the opposite horizon, a bright perigee Moon rises over Nobby's Lighthouse and Promontory. Waxing, 99.8% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 3 September 2020: Sunrise view of the Sydney skyline with the Doric column on the shoreline off Bradleys Head, Mosman; as a full moon sets over Sydney Opera House. Waning, 99.6% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 3 September 2020: Sunrise view of the Sydney skyline with the Doric column on the shoreline off Bradleys Head, Mosman; as a full moon sets over Sydney Opera House. Waning, 99.6% disc illumination. Single exposure.
TOMAGO, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 9 April 2017: Moonrise over a small rural chapel in the New South Wales Hunter region. Waxing moon wth 96% disc illumination at 5:16pm. Single exposure.
TOMAGO, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 9 April 2017: Moonrise over a small rural chapel in the New South Wales Hunter region. Waxing moon wth 96% disc illumination at 5:16pm. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 28 February 2018:  Moonrise over the ANZAC Bridge at 7:06pm.  Waxing moon, 96% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 28 February 2018: Moonrise over the ANZAC Bridge at 7:06pm. Waxing moon, 96% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 28 May 2018: A full moon partially covered by whispy clouds, 4:44pm, moments before sunset. Waxing with 98% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 28 May 2018: A full moon partially covered by whispy clouds, 4:44pm, moments before sunset. Waxing with 98% disc illumination. Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 23 March 2018:  A crescent moon dusted by hazy clouds. 6:50pm. Waxing, 34% disc illumination.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - 23 March 2018: A crescent moon dusted by hazy clouds. 6:50pm. Waxing, 34% disc illumination.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - Friday 8 May 2020: Full "super" moon with 99.9% disc illumination, waning.  Craters on the moon surface are more visible at the top because the shot was taken at 12:35am, around three hours after actual 100% illumination.  Single exposure.
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - Friday 8 May 2020: Full "super" moon with 99.9% disc illumination, waning. Craters on the moon surface are more visible at the top because the shot was taken at 12:35am, around three hours after actual 100% illumination. Single exposure.

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