On the Winter Solstice Dec 20/21st of 2010, there was a Lunar Eclipse that adorned the sky. Luckily, us here in the Mountain time zone were lucky enough to have the eclipse start at 11:30PM, a more reasonable hour than others around the world. I got a few shot of the moon during the eclipse as the shadow crept across the surface, so I thought I would share one. This was taken with my 28-135 lens and I wish I had a much longer lens to shoot the moon with. I also have an 8″ telescope that I hope to start taking photographs with once I figure out all the equipment I need, so maybe I’ll have some more interesting astro-photography to share in the future!
This entry was posted on Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 at 11:15 am
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