Totally lunar

It was a cool night and the moon was a center stage all night long. A lunar eclipse on the day of winter solstice – one that last happened in 1638. The next time it occurs on the solstice will be in 2094, according to NPR. BTW, the YouTube below is not mine.

I got the sunrise and moon set this morning…that in itself was kind of cool as I kept switching from the east, 180° to the west, and back and forth and back and forth, messing with different camera exposure settings. Whew, already tired…. Continue reading “Totally lunar”