Today's Super Blue Blood moon was incredible. But what does that even mean?!!
So it was a Super moon because it's the closest to Earth that it gets in its elliptical orbit - the moon doesn't stay the same distance away from Earth.
It was a Blue moon because it was the second full moon of the calendar month. These don't happen often either, hence the phrase "once in a blue moon".
It was a Blood moon because of the alignment of the Earth between the sun and the moon - like this 🌞🌍🌕 And that means that tonight the moon will be red in some parts of the world.
I got to play hide and seek with the moon during my run, I wanted to see the moon as much as possible but the moon seemed to have other ideas! It kept disappearing behind houses and trees!!
I stopped at the end of my run to catch a picture of myself with the incredible moon as a reminder. And then the children decided they wanted to see it too so off we went for a post prandial stroll in the moon light. Delightful!!