Distorted by atmospheric refraction, the full Moon rises over Hook Head Lighthouse in County Wexford - the oldest operational lighthouse in the world - in this image captured from Dunmore East, County Waterford, in May 2021.
This particular full Moon - also known as the ‘Flower Moon’ due to the abundance of springtime flowers in the Northern Hemisphere - was also a Supermoon, appearing bigger and brighter in the sky as a result of being slightly closer to Earth than normal. A lunar eclipse was also visible to skywatchers in east Asia and Australia, New Zealand, and the Americas.
All prints include a white border around the photograph that will be signed and inscribed by Cian. Your print will order will be Giclee printed on 189gsm matte photo paper using local printers in Cork City, Ireland.
Please Note: Frame not included.