Sometimes, you have to be at the right place at the right time to capture the perfect photo.
A woman from Bolton did just that and god, it's simply awesome!
A lucky capture
A couple of photos showing the perfect 'eye of the storm' captured just moments after Storm Ciara wreaked havoc across United Kingdom have gone viral on social media.
According to Ladbible
, the photos were captured by 48-year-old Sarah Hodges, who told the website that she caught the pictures by accident as she just wanted to take photos of the bright moon to share with her loved ones.
Using nothing more than her Samsung phone, Hodges took some snaps before posting them on Facebook and they subsequently went viral.
The photos show the bright moon being surrounded by a natural cloud formation that resembles an eye.
Hodges told the website that she took the photos from her bedroom window just after the weather had calmed down.
"The moon was shining through the kitchen window, so I went upstairs and just kept taking pictures. I am obsessed with the moon, sunset, sunrise and the sea. I just used my Samsung S9. I know I got lucky, people spend thousands on cameras to get the perfect shot," she was quoted as saying.
It wasn't until she scrolled back through the images that she noticed the moon centered around the clouds and found out that she just took some stunning photos.
We absolutely love the photos, Sarah. You should definitely frame it up.