I was out to Sidney waterfront last evening by the Anecortes ferry , set up to get some photos of the supermoon eclipse. I am always on a large learning curve with new adventures and this one was challenging. One thing I learned was that in order to get a relatively sharp image of the moon, one needs a shutter speed of 1 second or less because of how quickly it travels. Amazing to see the blur and star travel after a 3 second exposure.
Anyway.. just one image today , as I'm sure there are many more interesting shots out there onlie. Last evening it seemed like the whole world was out to view this eclipse. I thought that was pretty neat!!! Have a great week... Terry :)
Greetings from Southern Vancouver Island. Please feel free to say hello or comment on any images or about wildlife, photography , etc My email can be found on the contact page link above.