Last night there was a total eclipse of the moon, also known as a Blood Moon. As is most often the case, you wouldn’t have known it in Vancouver. Our stretch of sunny weather ended just in time for cloud cover to gather along with the darkness, making this celestial occurrence a non-event here. I went out with my camera and a tripod anyway, hoping for a break in the clouds. None came.
I took some photos anyway.
Dust on the lens, in place of the moon.
We’ll have a few more chances to see a lunar eclipse over the next year. Perhaps the weather here will co-operate for at least one of them. Probably not. But, I think I might try my hand at night photography again and see if I can improve my results. I rather enjoyed running around the neighbourhood in the middle of the night with a camera and a tripod.
2 thoughts on “What Eclipse?”
Good for you for taking photos anyway! I walked around with tripod and camera but with no view of the eclipse, I was soon discouraged by the wind and my exhaustion at the late hour so came back inside.
And cool results on that second photo – the B+W is effective.