Image Credit & Copyright: Todd Stewart.
As many observers throughout the Pacific region were treated to the first lunar eclipse of 2015 on April 4, images started coming in from the event and for a few days, the hashtag “eclipse” had nothing to do with teen dramas, bubble gum or a car! This eclipse was special as it was the shortest lunar eclipse of the century, with totality lasting just under 5 minutes. It was also the first time since 2003 and the last time until 2033 that there were two back to back total eclipses (the other being last month’s solar eclipse).
This image was captured by Todd Stewart from his location at Riverside, California and what I love about it is the sequential nature of it. Don’t get me wrong, I love em all, from iPhone images to images taken through $20,000 (or more) worth of professional glass. …
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