A perigee full moon occurred over the weekend making the moon appear about 14% larger than it normally does. This is an occurrence that happens about every 18 years. So if you thought the moon looked a little bigger, you were right. The above image is from my new 550D with a Tamron 28-300mm lens at 300mm. This was also shot in the 7X movie crop making my 300mm shot really 2100mm or 3360mm 35mm equivalent.