Wednesday, February 20, 2008
If you cast your gaze skyward this eveing you might have caught this celestial sight. A total lunar eclipse, the last until 2010 inched across the sky starting shortly after 5:30 pm. By 7:00 pm an earthly ornage glow was cast across the face of the moon.
Photographing along side Alice Delaurier-O'Neil we used tripods to steady our shots as we braved the chilly evening weather. We retreated once into the warmth of her house and hot chocoalte while clouds obsured our view. Overall it was a great sight to behold and worth our cold numb fingers.