We are staying on St. George Island in northern Florida for January and February. Last Sunday, January 20, there was a rare night sky event; a supermoon total eclipse. The full Moon was at its closest distance to the Earth, so it looked larger than normal and was therefore called a supermoon. Also, the Earth passed squarely between the Sun and the Moon, causing the eclipse. I began the evening by photographing the full Moon coming up beside the St. George Island Lighthouse at about 6:15 p.m.