Penticton photographer caught, what she calls, a waning gibbous moon on Christmas night. Meghann Fletcher/Special to the Western News

Christmas night moon caught by South Okanagan photographer

Penticton photographer submitted this great shot

A Penticton photographer caught a beautiful sight on Christmas night.

“I was coming home from Christmas festivities with my family and saw this gorgeous moon tonight. Searching Google, it tells me it’s a waning gibbous moon at 89 per cent illumination,” said Meghann Fletcher, who took the photo.

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