Your photos of the Hunter’s Moon

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Adrian B (@adrianb50321)

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Adrian B (@adrianb50321) - Credit: Adrian B

The night of October 24 saw The Hunter's Moon dominate the sky.

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Adrian B (adrianb50321)

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Adrian B (adrianb50321) - Credit: Adrian B (adrianb50321)

The first full moon after September's Harvest Moon rose on the evening of October 24. The Hunter's Moon, thought to be named after those who would use the light it shed to hunt animals and preserve the meat for the winter months, appeared big and bright over Norfolk. Here are some of the photos our readers sent in of the annual event.

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Chris Glenn

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Chris Glenn - Credit: Chris Glenn

The moon a few nights before it reached full illumination. Photo: Dave Stapleton

The moon a few nights before it reached full illumination. Photo: Dave Stapleton - Credit: Dave Stapleton


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The Hunter's Moon photographed by Adrian B (adrianb50321)

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Adrian B (adrianb50321) - Credit: Adrian B (adrianb50321)

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The Hunter's Moon photographed by Andy Golec

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Andy Golec - Credit: Andy Golec

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Jeff Bowley

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Jeff Bowley - Credit: Jeff Bowley

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Dave Stapleton

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Dave Stapleton - Credit: Dave Stapleton

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Tony Moss

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Tony Moss - Credit: Tony Moss

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Simon Rawlingson

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Simon Rawlingson - Credit: Simon Rawlingson

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Wendy Copping

The Hunter's Moon photographed by Wendy Copping - Credit: Wendy Copping

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