LOOK: Best supermoon photos around Denver, including Blucifer looking awfully apocalyptic

Denver-area photographers and moon-admirers alike turned out Sunday and Monday nights to catch a glimpse of the always-popular supermoon.

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Denver-area photographers and moon-admirers alike turned out Sunday and Monday nights to catch a glimpse of the always-popular supermoon.

While Sunday marked the closest that a full moon has been to Earth in 68 years, Monday’s moonrise didn’t disappoint either.

Did you catch the supermoon? Email your photos to ssnyder@denverite.com or tag @dnvrite on Instagram or Twitter.

 

What's really on that dark side of the moon….?

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