Eclipse progress at 1:54 am.
Eclipse at 3:09 am.
Bloody Beaver Moon at 3:40 am.
I could not see the full Eclipse through the clouds at 3:59 am.
On the other side of the eclipse at 5:10 am.
Close to where we started at 5:34 am:
6:01 am. That’s all folks.
54 thoughts on “Bloody Beaver Moon Through The Clouds”
Thank you Tim, for bringing the eclipse to all of us. Wonderful sequence!
You are welcome Maj & Sher. For as many times as we have clear nights, lunar eclipses seem to call for clouds.
Simply astounding. I’m glad you caught it so we didn’t have to 😋
Someone has to do it. Thanks, Craig.
Awesome set. Hi, moon!
Thanks for the capturing these for us, Tim!
You’re welcome, Liz.
You definitely exceeded expectations Tim considering you weren’t going to pull an all nighter. Impressive!~!!! 💞 love your pictures.. Thanks for sharing!! ❣️
I just went out a took a few shots everytime the cats woke me up. Normal night on the sleep. Thanks, and welcome, Cindy.
You make me laugh.. I move when they move too. Nicely done and you’re so welcome. 🥰
Tim, great shots! I too appreciate you taking the time and effort to make these images happen and sharing them with us.🙂
You’re welcome, Bruce. Like I told Cindy, it was a fairly normal night of the cats waking me up. I just made the extra effort to go out and get a few shots each time I woke up.
These photos are amazing. Do you sleep ever?
I got 6.5 hours of sleep. Not too bad. The amazing part is, Laure sleep through me getting up to shoot the moon. The cats wake me up a lot during the night, but I rarely get up because I have so many cats on me. Laurie usually gets up a lot. One of the reasons I end up with a lot of cats is because she gets up. Thanks, JYP.
Wow, that blood moon is pretty cool – I knew you would be all over that.
If it happened at a more reasonable time, and the sky was clear, I would have taken shots every 15 minutes and put together a time-lapse series. But the wee hours, the clouds and a meeting this morning were good disincentives for doing the every fifteen-minute series. Thanks, Brian.
Well captured Timothy 🌒
A fabulous series.
We are fortunate indeed seeing it through your eyes! Thank you, my friend. Wonderful shots!
You are welcome, Marina.
Sagenhaft schöne Mondbilder!
Heavenly moonshots Timothy!
So beautiful my friend! You did get to see it!
Thanks, Nancy. I got a glimpse.
Nice to see the before, during and after, and wow, it really turns red!
It’s a blood moon. Thanks, Geoff.
I quite frankly run out of superlatives for your sky photos, Tim. Sunsets and night skies are something I don’t get to experience, so I really enjoy these!
Thanks, Mary Jo. I’m happy I can share them with you.
Beautiful shots of the eclipse! How wonder that you were able to witness it. Doesn’t sound like you got much sleep though. 🙂
It depends on how you define much sleep. Thanks, Rebecca.
I enjoyed the series, Tim! I hope you got to catch up on the sleep you lost taking these series of beautiful moon shots.
Thank you, Tim! You take me to the moon!xx
“Fly you to the moon…” Thanks, Resa.
Saw 1 “shooting star” at approx. 5:47 a.m.!! That was cool.
Shooting stars are great. Thanks, Dawn.
Ah, more moon = happy, Jeff.
You’re welcome, Tim.
Wow great shots Tim!