This is by no means the best photograph of the super moon from November 14 (taken with iPhone 6 and a little grainy), but it represents my view, as I stood in the street of my neighborhood after a challenging week and just breathed.
I could still see that same beautiful moon this morning - the internet tells me that occurs because it's really the sun's light reflecting off of the moon's surface. It was off to the right here, but I wasn't able to get a photo of it (don't worry - I was at a complete stop.) I did get the hazy, pink glow over the skyline of midtown Atlanta (here on I-85 south). The haze is from smoke blowing in from wildfires in northern Georgia and western North Carolina - not a good thing at all, but it did make the skyline look mystic.
I hope you have a good week. Hugs!