A quick catch up

A quick catch up

Not a lot has been happening, not really. I’m still spending a lot of time trying to get the Facebook page going, which I am really enjoying. It seems to be paying off in other ways as well, with people engaging with the page and spending time on it. So many comments, it is incredible. 

The Super Blue Blood Moon Full Eclipse

That was last night and I was up really late getting some photos. From the reports I was getting on Facebook much of the world seemed to be covered in clouds. I thought it was going to be the same here, but thankfully they disappeared and it was a very clear night, at least where I live. I set myself up outside my front door, which is a place I’ve photographed the full moon before.

I watched and photographed from the moment the eclipse started. I decided that I would watch it until it was the full eclipse and when the sun started hitting the other side I would call it quits. Which is what I did.

This is the blood moon.

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It is the best image I’ve ever managed to get of it.

Videos

I’m trying to do some more videos and thought I might have a go at doing one on why I love long exposures, and I’m going to share it with you here.

It is something that I would like to do a lot more as well. They can be easy to do and a great way to show tips. I should probably write more in them though.

That’s It

Yeah, as I said at the start, I haven’t been doing a lot, or rather not a lot that I can write about. I hope you are having a good week.

 

19 Responses

  1. Great image of the moon. In the UK we could not view the eclipse.

  2. We were looking forward to seeing the moon, but the sky was completely covered with cloud that night. How disappointing. Your photo is gorgeous, Leanne.

  3. Love this video, Leanne! It is such a great way to showcase some of your iconic images! Well done.

  4. Fabulous capture of this wonderful, rare event!

  5. Beautiful blood moon Leanne. And, I like the idea of the video tutorials.

  6. You’ve captured the moon’s features extremely well. I did see it here in England, that was a rare cloudless sky, but I was heading out somewhere. I could have tried to photograph it for my blog banner! Oh well…

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