Saturday, December 10, 2011

Frosty Eclipse

Although we weren't in the most favored area for viewing today's lunar eclipse, we did get to witness roughly 15 minutes of the beginning before it slipped below the horizon. I was at work and would have preferred to be out in the country.

With a morning low of 18, conditions were ideal for frost formation. The foreground object is a pine needle.

1 comment:

Mak Porter said...

Nice capture Paul. I was meaning to tell you about the eclipse but forgot. There is a meteor shower on the 12th or 13th. It probably won't be the the best show but still could be some seen.