Lunar Eclipse
Taken by Jay Edwards on January 21, 2019 @ Maine, NY
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The below zero temperatures and -35 deg F (-35 C) wind chills certainly did not help, and although the consistent lake-effect driven snow reduced the resulting resolution, while also making the determination of a proper exposure difficult, I managed to capture an image of totality during this weeks total lunar eclipse. The varying intensity of the snowfall caused the moon to continuously change in brightness and hue. Even Increasing the challenge from a photographic perspective; it made for a spectacular display visually and one that was simply awe-inspiring!
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