The full moon on June 23, 2013 was called a supermoon because it was the closest the moon would be to earth when it was full in 2013. This is called a perigee full moon. And even though the full moon rose at sunset the evening of the 23rd, the perigee was that morning, just after dawn on the Atlantic coast. That is when these photos were taken, looking west across the Halifax River, which is the intracoastal waterway here. The treeline in these photos is part of Tomoka State Park.