Much has been talked about this year's so-called Supermoon owing to the fact that it's the largest since January 26, 1948 and won't be surpassed until November 25, 2034. Closest approach was made on 22:52 KST on November 14 at a distance of 356,509km, about 28,000km closer than average. The resulting difference is hardly noticeable to the naked eye, but is nevertheless a nice occasion to look at the Moon again. Sadly, heavy clouds hid the Moon entirely at that time, so I saw the Moon the next evening, about 20 hours later and used the telephoto lens on the iPhone 7 Plus to take a photo of it. This is perhaps the most detailed shot of the Moon taken using only an iPhone's native camera module.
Supermoon on Nov. 15, 2016
Device: iPhone 7 Plus
Settings: 56mm - ISO 20 - 1/60s - f/2.8
Time: 2016-11-15 19:06 KST
Location: Naju, Korea