I took this image last Tuesday evening prior to the Super Blue Blood Moon lunar eclipse. There was a bit of overcast on Wednesday morning and I was not in a good location to get a clean image of the eclipse, so I skipped that opportunity and just captured these images.
Did someone say "Blue Moon"? Blue moon actually refers to the second full moon in any given month. There are several of these each year. The moon isn't actually blue, I just put a filter to it.
No, the moon hasn't created it's own halo. I've just added a mild white vignette filter. It looks a little like the moon is peeking through a hole in the clouds.
Ever wonder what a mosaic tile wall mural of the moon might look like? Well, here ya go.
Of course, if you missed the total lunar eclipse Wednesday morning, you can always create your own. All you need is a good editing program and the right filter. Have an Awe...some Monday.
Wow, what great shots.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous and blessed Sunday, my friend. ☺
Wow, excellent, tack sharp photos!!ReplyDelete
Things got a little cleaner & sharper in the editing process.Delete
You got some excellent photos, and i like the way you play with them!ReplyDelete
"Fun with Filters" is one of my favorite things to do.Delete
wowee- nice shots! and you have such a super duper family- love your header!ReplyDelete
The family is pretty special.Delete
Gorgeous blue moon shots ~ you must have a great lens!ReplyDelete
Happy week ahead to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
The lens does a very good job. It is a Tamron 18-400mm set at 400mm. Then I cropped the image in post production.ReplyDelete
Great shots here!ReplyDelete
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