RESIDENTS across Worcestershire and the rest of the Midlands will have another chance to see the ‘Flower Super Moon’ tonight.
The best time to see it will be at 11.45pm when it should – provided there is no cloud – be fully visible.
Supermoons happen when the moon is in close proximity to the Earth.
The Flower Moon gets its name because of the time of year it appears – during spring when the flowers are blooming – rather than because of its own appearance.
Last night and the night before Droitwich photographer Mark Mason took these pictures of the Flower Moon in all its glory.