The full moon of the 23rd June was the largest full moon of the year. The moon appeared 14% bigger and about 30% brighter than any other full moon. This was because the moon was at its closest point in its orbit with Earth.
Instead of photographing the moon like everyone else, I decided to take a slightly different approach and work on some long exposure seascapes, using the bright moon as a source of light.
Here are some photos from the evening.