2019 Lunar Eclipse

Last week’s Lunar Eclipse/Blood Moon brought a great opportunity to challenge both my photography and photoshop skills.  Even the bitter cold (27 degrees) and wind couldn’t stop me.  Although, I’ll admit because of the weather I wasn’t as diligent about planning and setting up my equipment (no tripod and I stayed indoors only to step outside every hour) as some of the other more skilled photographers.

After a few days of editing I finally landed on the following collage which depicts my view for the evening.

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This was fun and challenging to pull together and I learned a lot both working in camera and in photoshop.

If you didn’t get a chance to experience it in person you might want to check out Space.com   to see additional photos from other photographers around the world.


7 thoughts on “2019 Lunar Eclipse

  1. Lunar eclipses can be visible from everywhere on the night side of the Earth, if the sky is clear. From some places, the entire eclipse will be visible, while in other areas the Moon will rise or set during the eclipse.

  2. Excellent. I didn’t bother to even set up at my house. There was a cloud cover. I found out that the clouds parted at about 9 pm PST for about 20 minutes. Great shots handheld!

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