There was a wonderful sight in the sky tonight that won’t happen again until 2033. It was a twin event of a total Lunar Eclipse and a Super Moon (which is when the moon is closest to the earth when full). I have been trying to learn all I can about taking pictures of the moon and northern lights and I think I have the basics covered…but sometimes it is a lot of guessing still! I was really happy with this picture which was taken just before it became a total eclipse.
I thought I might not get to see it as we had a thunder/wind storm blow through and knock out power for 2 1/2 hours tonight. But the sky cleared and I was able to run out with my camera and get a few shots. Here is one that I took when it began and I wanted to capture the reflection of the light on the lake.