October 2014 "Blood Moon": A total lunar eclipse is set to occur across a large swath of the world early Wednesday (Oct. 8). Weather permitting, people in North America, Australia, western South America and parts of East Asia will observe the total lunar eclipse. Sometimes, when the moon dips into Earth's shadow during an eclipse, the natural satellite takes on a coppery-red color, leading some people to dub it a "blood moon." The eclipse should reach totality just before sunrise at about 6:25 a.m. EDT (1025 GMT) on the east coast of the United States.
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I took quite a few moon shots this morning, but none that color!ReplyDelete
I was still sleeping.. lol... great shot. I went with a moon too, but used the last supermoon shot I took.ReplyDelete
Great photo.Lt was too cloudy here.ReplyDelete
Your photo is excellent. I saw the moon, but it was through the trees, so I just went back to bed.ReplyDelete
We had fog last night. Thanks for sharing. - MargyReplyDelete
Saw a bit of the eclipse...through a screen window. Lovely shot♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/maple-leaves/ReplyDelete
great capture, which I missed because of the cloud cover and rainReplyDelete
ROG, ABC Wednesday
Nice!! So jealous.. we had complete cloud coverage here and no chance of a shot. :(ReplyDelete
Thanks for the lovely photo as it has been cloudy here in our part of the world.ReplyDelete
G-r-e-a-t image of the moon.ReplyDelete
Our glimpse was not as spectacular as yours!!!ReplyDelete