A Supermoon, a dramatic sunrise, and a beautiful rainbow were just some of my photo experiences this past week. Here are my photos.
Sunrise with Boston Harbor fishermen.
A British Airways jetliner, headed from Orlando to London, is seen over Boston Just a few days before the Supermoon
Several days before the Supermoon. Shot with an 800mm lens and a 1.4x extender.
An intensifying thunderstorm exits the coast of Boston’s North Shore August 7. Shot with an I phone
A rainbow forms close to the near-full moon on August 7, as a jetliner leaves Boston’s Logan airport.
The near-full moon is seen on August 8, from Winthrop,MA
The Supermoon, August 10. Shot from Arlington,MA.
The Supermoon fades into a Boston morning sky shortly before moonset on August 11, as a Southwest Airliners jet departs Logan airport.
Tonight had it all. A rainbow, over Winthrop, some lightning, some thunderstorm cloud tops that were illuminated by the setting sun. Very cool! Here are some photos I snapped from Winthrop tonight.
I snapped this from our Somerville front porch during a late dinner. I don’t think I have ever seen such a unique sunset. It was beautiful as this JetBlue plane climbed over Somerville after departing Logan.
I snapped this photo of Charlestown’s Bunker Hill Monument during yesterday’s rainbow. I used an old (1955) collapsible 50mm lens, on a Leica M9. Shot from the lower deck of Rt 93.