I prepared a comparation of two Full Moons 2019 to be mentioned. Full Moon from morning of 14 March, 2019, is also called “Harvest Moon”, cause times ago farmers depended on the light of the Harvest Moon to gather ripening crops late into the night. On the left is, however, quite more unique shot. It is maximum of total lunar eclipse on 21 January, which occured during one of this year’s perigee Full Moons (and so people called it also “Bloody supermoon”). Taken with same equipment, angular difference is significant, however not so far to unexperienced human eye. Used Canon 6D and MTO 1100/f10.5.