Tom Anderson originally shared:
Anyone going to photograph the lunar eclipse tonight/this morning? It starts in about 3.5 hours (4:45 a.m. PST, 1245 GMT). Depending on conditions, the moon may have a faint orange glow or it may be blood red. (Below I've shared a shot from 2004's Lunar Eclipse, and this website: http://bit.ly/t1cez5). For more info on the lunar eclipse itself, and whether you're currently in a good spot on the globe to witness it, read here: http://fxn.ws/vRZF6t I'm really on the fence about staying up to shoot it or not... So maybe tomorrow you'll have a shot from me, or maybe not. Just thought I'd share for those who hadn't heard about it.