Supermoon Lunar Eclipse

So who woke up at ridiculous o’clock in the morning to take a photograph of this amazing phenomenon that we are not going to see for at least another 20 years or so? Well I did!
So this morning started a little different to most, i woke up at 2am to set off to Heginstbury Head ready to watch the eclipse change from the coastline. The sight was truly magnificent and well worth the early start, as I woke up the moon was bright and beaming as usual but I slowly saw the transformation of the moon as the eclipse started whilst on route then by the time I reached the beach the rumoured ‘Blood Moon’ appeared. Feel rather privileged to had taken these photo’s and here are some from that night including some stargazing shots and slow shutter speed work from that night.

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All work is protected from infringement by law: Copyright © 2015 Mica Bohannon.

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