Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Super Eclipse

Of course I have to post my photos of Sunday's Supermoon Eclipse for Skywatch Friday. I went to a local park with a lake and set up my tripod.
We were lucky as the eclipse had started when the Moon rose, so we got to see it low in the sky. At the beginning some thin clouds made the Moon even more mysterious.
But they cleared out and left a perfect view.
The eclipsed Moon reflecting off the lake was wonderful and eerie.
And for my last shot I used a wide angle and played with a flashlight on nearby trees.
It was a great experience and I was home by 9PM!

17 comments:

  1. They are good, eerie yes! We are not fortunate to see it in this part of the world. My friend joked that those countries which didn't see the Blood Moon will also be spared of the bad prophecies it carries!

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  2. Great photos! I was lazy and went to bed instead. Now I wish I would've stayed up.

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  3. Oh, these are awesome captures of the eclipse, Al!!! Thanks so much for sharing!! A great experience!! Hope your week is going well!!

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  4. Oh wow those photos are terrific especially the reflections.

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  5. You got wonderful pictures ... I was looking forward to seeing moon shots today because all I've seen is blue skies lately ( not complaining) ... We couldn't stay up late enough to see the eclipse here.

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  6. Wonderful shots, I really like that reflection off the lake.

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  7. Beautiful moon shots, and I really like the moon reflections!

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  8. Such wonderful images of moon.It is a visual treat!

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  9. Wow! You got it well.
    Excellent shots!
    It was cloudy night in my sky.
    Happy SWF!

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  10. Wow - fabulous! All we saw were clouds...

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  11. These are probably going to be the best images of the eclipse that I will see. Very well done.

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  12. Wow! Just stunning and fantastic photos of the eclipse, Al! Bravo!

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  13. LOVE the close-up of the eclipse in action! Well done!

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  14. beautiful captures.. i missed the eclipse.where I live...

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  15. My friend Al,

    What a great post!
    The eclipse!

    You are everywhere to the right moment. Because your hands are miracles from your thoughts.

    So, Al is the man of the eternal sea of miracles.

    Yannis Politopoulos

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