Photo Of The Day – Coming Out Of The Eclipse

Title: Coming Out Of The Eclipse

Location: Los Angeles, California, USA, North America

Description: Lunar eclipses are always a treat, even if you have to get up at 5:15am to see them. Take a look at the close up in the photo below; it’s that moment when the moon just begins to take the fully lit rays of the sun again, while its other half is still bathed in our shadow. It’s a full range from brilliant white to deep reds and I think it’s fairly awesome.

Mark your calendars! The next full lunar eclipses will be:

  • July 27/28, 2018 for most of the planet except North America (even Antarctica!)
  • Jan 20/21, 2019 Back to North America and other places.
  • Rather than me keeping a list of them, check out Date & Time’s awesome site, with cool diagrams! It includes solar and lunar, full, partial, annular, etc…

Camera: Canon EOS 7D m=Mark II
Lens: Sigma 150-600mm Sport
ISO: 1000
Focal Length: 600mm
Aperture: f/6.3
Shutter Speed: .5 second
Altitude: 1500′

Photograph Copyright 2018 Peter West Carey. Image Available For Commercial Licensing (email).
Prints of this image are available here if you want professional quality shipped to your home.

BONUS LUNAR ECLIPSE PHOTOS

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