This weekend saw another "super moon" over New Jersey. Taking pictures of the moon is greatly aided by utilizing manual settings on your camera - the auto settings won't select the right aperture opening or shutter speed. These pictures were all taken with "f" stop settings between 4 and 8 and shutter speed settings of between 1/60 and 1/125. The first three pictures were taken the evening of August 9th and the other four were taken on August 10th, the technical "super moon." Enjoy!