Many people don’t know this, but each full moon in a year has a unique name. The full moons in January, February, and March are known as the Wolf Full Moon, Snow Full Moon, and Worm Full Moon, respectively.
Well, for the last time in zillions of years the first three full moon’s of 2019 are also so-called super full moons, when the moon approaches so close to the earth that even the International Space Station is in danger of a collision!
I was privileged to have the accident of catching all three Super Full Moons on film for 2019. This is the January Super Wolf Full Moon,
This is the February Super Snow Full Moon, snapped from my apartment:
And this is the March Super Worm Full Moon, snapped from downtown Winterthur: