Super Moon Seattle May 5, 2012

They called it Super Moon Saturday–the biggest and brightest moon of the year. The moon was the closest that it gets to Earth, which made it appear about 14 percent bigger than it does when it is farthest away.

Photographers were lined up to see it, including our own Bigfoot, who nabbed the shot above, and a little later, the one below:

Super Moon Seattle, May 5, 2012

According to the Seattle Times, increased  incidents of strange occurrences and weird behavior at the time of a full moon are just folklore.

However, Bigfoot did lose his wallet on the shoot. From his extremely deep pocket. In a pair of pants that, at other times, he has held upside down, and still the contents didn’t spill out.

He only walked around a little, and spent most of the time in his car.

It isn’t there.

Cue the Twilight Zone theme.

We hope the wallet turns up.

But if $6 and a passel of credit cards (now cancelled) was the price the moon exacted for capturing her mysterious beauty at the height of its power, so be it.

Truth be told, he wanted a new wallet anyway.

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  1. Jon Anscher says:

    Those are some nice shots! I love the red being reflected from the moon and the city lights in first one. My compliments to the photographer!