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Shoot the moon


Supermoon rising over Three Fingers Rock, Caer Caradoc Canon EOS 7D Mark II, 500mm +2x III, 1/60sec at f/8, ISO 800


Moon rise over Ludlow Castle Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, 100-400mm +1.4x III, 1/250sec at f/8, ISO 320

Andrew Fusek Peters

Andrew Fusek Peters is a conservation photographer and nature writer. He is currently on commission for the National Trust and Natural England on Shropshire's uplands. His books include Wilderland, Upland and the National Trust guidebook for the Long Mynd. Visit www.andrewfusekpeters.com

Asupermoon occurs when a full moon or a new moon coincides with its closest approach to earth, resulting in

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