Lunar eclipse

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    Here's my attempt... anyone else up at this ungodly hour please feel free to add yours.



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    Im so mad i stayed up to shoot the eclipse but its been raining so hard and the clouds were so dense i couldn't even see the moon this morning!!!!! This is a pretty nice shot was shutter speed did you use for it?
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    It was very cloudy here (atlanta,ga). I was able to snap a few pictures between clouds. The split second of visibility made focus and exposure very difficult to set (the moon moves a lot more then I realized). The moon never turned red, only the clouds









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    Awesome shot Dyflam!

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    awesome. Lucky to see it, it was snowing and cloudy here in MPLS. I was hoping to see it and snap some pics. Glad someone did!
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    Oh how I wanted to get a few shots of this with my Bigma, but the weather didn't seem to have that in mind this year.

    Great eclipse shots from everyone else though!
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    Love everyones different views! Nice captures....

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    Thanks for the comments all. Same moon the next day...


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    Great shot from everyone..
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