Capturing Supermoon in Kashmir

Capturing Supermoon in Kashmir

Srinagar: In a number of places throughout the world hopeful supermoon photographers found themselves thwarted by overcast skies. Similarly, the hazy and chilly winter in Kashmir made it difficult to photographers here to capture the supermoon on November 14.

However, Kashmir Narrator photojournalist Faisal Khan stepped out in the open during the intervening night of 14 and 15 Nov to capture these frames.

KASHMIR, INDIA – NOVEMBER 14 : The roof of the residential house is silhouetted as the ‘supermoon’ rises over the skies in Srinagar the summer capital of Indian controlled Kashmir on November 14, 2016 .This year, the ‘supermoon’ will be at its closest distance with earth since 1948 by approximately range of 356.490 KM. It makes the moon appearing 14% bigger and 30% brighter.

The roof of the residential house is silhouetted as the ‘supermoon’ rises over the skies in Srinagar the summer capital of Indian controlled Kashmir on November 14, 2016 .This year, the ‘supermoon’ will be at its closest distance with earth since 1948 by approximately range of 356.490 KM. It makes the moon appearing 14% bigger and 30% brighter.

Supermoon in Srinagar,Kashmir

 

Supermoon in Srinagar,Kashmir

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    By: Faisal Khan

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