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Today’s Japan Photo: Shinjuku Under the Moonlight

Today's Japan Photo: Shinjuku Under the Moonlight

For Today’s Japan Photo, we enjoy this gorgeous sight of Shinjuku captured under the bright moonlight.

If you are wondering why the moon looks exceptionally large, this is because the photo was taken during the Super Moon, which is the coincidence of the brightest and largest moon, and it happened on 10th May this year.

Image Credit: digitalbear flickr

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  • http://gravatar.com/sabekujikaneda sabekujikaneda

    I have never seen the Moon that big before.

  • http://goo.gl/G1Yce warazashi

    When it looks too good to be true, it is. The referenced flickr photo mentions that it’s indeed a fake multi exposure picture. Nice, but not quite a real single exposure photo.