Chances are, you have seen much better pictures and/or videos of the magnificent lunar eclipse from the other night. This is just a picture I took from my back yard with my unaccomplished skills and unprofessional camera. This picture captured an object some 221,753 miles from where I stood. This picture, captures movement as the earth and moon were in motion for the 10 seconds the shutter was open. Although there are better visual representations of the lunar eclipse, I rather enjoy this one, and the time I took to stand in a near silent, nearly dark backyard to stand once again, in awesome wonder.
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