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The Moon, The Mountain, the Magic (WPC: Trio)

The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge for this week is… TRIO.

Admittedly I’d been struggling over the weekend as to what I could possibly share for this challenge but come yesterday afternoon the answer was staring me right in the face. 123 more words


Watching The Moon Rise

Three evening photographs taken across the Connecticut River.

The first as the sun set, throwing soft light on the fall trees.

The following two were from a vantage point about 1/2 mile further north when we realized just how full the moon was. 61 more words


Deborah reblogged this on New Hampshire Nana.


Beyond the legend, the expectations, the apprehension of missing out on a rare event, once again, the lantern of the night sky reconfirmed its magic and mystery. 106 more words


Barn's Burnt Down… Now I Can See the Moon

I missed the Supermoon last Sunday night, as most of us in the immediate Toronto area did. It was overcast and we just had no visibility. 315 more words

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Super Moon Eclipse :: Sept. 27, 2015

A little late, but here is a time-lapse photo I created of the second half of the lunar eclipse on Sunday evening. While there are several ‘super-moons’ each year in the summer months (when the moon appears larger than normal because of it’s orbit around the earth,) and there are also occasional lunar eclipses (when the earth passes in front of the moon, creating a red shadow,) it is very rare to have both occur at the same time. 229 more words


Perigee, Totality and Amateur Photography

Back in March we were treated to several celestial events which I blogged about here. I really enjoyed watching the Solar Eclipse through my pinhole camera, hunting for the Aurora Borealis in Mid Wales and looking for the Supermoon. 1,102 more words