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Photo-a-day 96: Full moon



by sjhoward

This is the 1,592nd post. It was published at 21:13 on Thursday, 5th April 2012.

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It’s not actually full moon until tomorrow night, but we’re not far off, and the bright moon above Newcastle is creating an eerie atmosphere this evening.

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