From what I understand the super moon only happens every [insert some crazy amount of years here]. But to me it seems like it happens a lot. Maybe it's just a tiny fraction closer. Last year they said it's the brightest super moon in 800 years (ok I made the number up), then this year it's the brightest in 70 years.
Regardless of that confusion, it happened today and everyone asked if I was going to photograph it. Of course I confirmed that I would. I have so many moon pictures I could kill a yak with them all. So something has to break up the monotony of just a moon picture. Luckily I live close to the mountains and so I was able to get a great foreground to add context to the moon. So what's missing? A wolf? :)