I wasn’t all that tired as Annie headed off to bed and the Hubby did as well… I am glad I wasn’t too. I knew about the Full Lunar Eclipse but didn’t realize that it would be starting at 11 PM PST. Hmm… That’s not too bad of a wait. Well, little did I know how long it would go through it’s cycle, nor how cold it would be standing outside with my camera and tripod. It was a fun sight to see and was one that I guess many people could not due to the amount of clouds in the sky (or the era they were born in to see one on winter solstice which happened the back in the 1600′s). So, here’s some photos for those of you who couldn’t see it. And, obviously I need to work on my night photography.
The last two were especially hard to get… I actually lost the moon from view because it was so faint. Then the clouds were rolling through and I was afraid I was going to miss it alltogether but thankfully the sky opened up for a moment and I got the last photo. There’s the red moon in the shadow of our earth.