The supermoon straight up flooded Miami.

On Monday the moon was the brightest and closest the full moon has been to Earth in almost 70 years.

Around these parts, that means a whole lot of flooding. Exhibit A: the fountain of youth bubbling up in a parking garage on Miami Beach.

And then there was an octopus.

Here he is a little closer. Hey little guy!

It’s chill, everyone be cool. Maybe we can use shopping carts to stop the flooding.

Supermoon is pulling the king tide high.

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And it wasn’t just on the beach. Check out the views at this pocket park in Little River.

And at Matheson Hammock Park in Coral Gables.

The tide is high, so keep holding on. But instead of looking down at your soaked feet, look up, because man is that supermoon pretty.

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  • Rajiv Krishnan

    Great pictures and video! We’ll see this happening again around December 17th!

  • Rajiv Krishnan

    Our company, Coastal Risk Consulting, has developed an automated model that shows the expected flooding risk to individual properties, from High Tides and Storm Surges, over the next 30 years. Check out http://www.floodscores.com. We are based in Plantation.

  • adamold

    Octopus video not loading…must…see…octopus.

    • Roshan

      Loooolz! The octopus is just a still image, not a video. But the water bubbling up through the garage is a video. And is also insane.