Did You Miss The Supermoon Last Night? Here's What It Looked Like

Image: Greg Sullavan / Canon

I don't know about where you were, but it was kinda cloudy where I was last night, and I was tired from a long day, and I didn't actually remember to go outside and look up. So, I got someone to send me some pictures of the supermoon. Here they are.

If you missed it, tonight's moon will still be pretty damn big, but last night really was the night to look. The supermoon reached its perigree -- the point at which it was largest and closest to Earth -- at just before 10:30PM, and reached the point of being a full moon at just before 1:00AM in the early hours of this morning.

These photos are from Canon Collective ambassadors Colin Baker and Greg Sullavan -- two guys with access to the best of the best Canon gear and a lot of experience to use it to its absolute best. For all the camera nerds, I've included camera and lens info underneath each shot to give you an idea of the setup used to capture each image.

Colin Baker / Canon EOS 1DX Mark II, Canon EF 600mm F4L IS II USM

Colin Baker / Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-70mm F4L IS USM

Greg Sullavan / Canon EOS 5Ds, Canon EF 70-200mm F2.8L IS II USM

Colin Baker / Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-70mm F4L IS USM

Colin Baker / Canon EOS 1DX Mark II, Canon EF 600mm F4L IS II USM

Also -- I don't know about you, but I'm sick to death of all of these supermoon jokes. At least we'll be free of all these stupid "last night's supermoon was super!" headlines until November 25, 2034.