The first shot of the Super Blue Blood Moon, taken at 5am this morning, standing at the Sundial Bridge, Redding (CA.)
At 6am the first signs of the eclipse was visible to the eye.
Just before 7am, a little higher up, at The Bluffs, Redding (CA.)
Do you know why this beautiful moon is called a blue moon? I didn’t know, so I had to read about it. It’s because it’s the second full moon in the same month (January.) It’s more logical to understand why it’s called a blood moon, it was really red this morning. Even more than my photos shows. Night photography have never been my strength, I haven’t done much of it, but this was a special occasion. The experience made it worth getting out early. What did the Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse look like where you live? Did you get to see it?
I hope you enjoyed the view from up here in northern California ❤ May the rest of your day be as beautiful as this morning.
Part of the weekly photo challenge; Variations on a theme.