Friday, 29 February 2008

Thursday, 21 February 2008

Total Lunar Eclipse 21st February 2008

I sat outside, early hours of this morning waiting for the total lunar eclipse.

Huddled sitting on a rug, with blankets and warm clothing, hoping the clouds would move away.

Luckily they did long enough for me to capture these images.

I spent a lot of the time leaning against my chair nodding off....or using the binoculars to view the totality.

It's wonderful to see stars in such close proximity to a full moon, the blackness of space around that shining lunar disk is a sight not often seen.....

I took full advantage of it.....:0)

The wonky Plough in Orion's Belt.

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