Skygazers look to the sky to catch 2023's last supermoon -- but Stomper captures something else

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You may have noticed people all over Singapore looking to the sky on Friday (Sept 29).

This was because they were hoping to capture the last supermoon of 2023.

Stomper Sham was lucky enough to capture a gorgeous shot of the moon thanks to a break in the clouds.

Similarly, Stomper Ms Oz said the moon was 'nice and bright' as she sighted it over blocks of flats.

Stomper Tan shared that several people were out sky gazing in Woodlands with some putting themselves in danger to get a good look.

"A guy was standing on a road divider with a child amidst heavy traffic trying to catch sight of the last supermoon of this year," he said.

"He was oblivious to the danger he was posing not only to himself but also to the child, very irresponsible person."

He added that he only took one photo of the moon from Woodlands Street 41.

Stomper Sabrina was in a moving vehicle when she attempted to take a photo of the moon.

"I was trying to get a shot of the bright moon and guess what... iykyk (if you know, you know)," she said.

We'll leave you to guess what she captured.