Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Kevin Wolf a via Flickr)

From the Blue Ridge to the Chesapeake Bay both Sunday evening and Monday before dawn, sky watchers photographed the closest full moon to Earth since 1948.

The moon appeared bigger and brighter than normal due to its proximity, especially just as it hung over the horizon.

We won’t see the moon this big and this bright again until 2034. (Monday night, the moon will also be nearly full, but clouds are likely to obstruct viewing.)

Below are around 30 of the best shots among hundreds shared with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. Β Thanks to all who submitted photos.

The District and Mall area


Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Angela Pan via Flickr )

Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Jim Havard via Flickr)

Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Michelle Fettig via Facebook)

Capitol


Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Jenn Vogel via Flickr)

Lincoln Memorial


Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Christopher Fukuda via Flickr)

Jefferson Memorial


Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Jim Knapp via Flickr)

Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016 (Carol Jean Stalun via Flickr)

U.S. Air Force Memorial

Virginia


Supermoon, from Stafford, Va., Nov. 13, 2016. (Cindy James via Facebook)

Supermoon, from Blue Mountain in Linden, Va., Nov. 13, 2016. (Steve Ross via Facebook)

Maryland


Supermoon, Chancellorsville, Va., Nov. 13, 2016. ( Theresa Rasmussen via Flickr )

Supermoon, Mt. Airy, Md., Nov. 13, 2016. (Alexis Adam Gerard via Facebook)

River and Bay


Supermoon over the Chesapeake Bay, Nov. 13, 2016. (Carol J Newbill via Facebook)

Supermoon, Nov. 13, 2016. (Chris Keyser via Facebook)

Supermoon over Ft. Washington, Nov. 13, 2016. ( Tom Hamilton via Flickr )