BY ALAN DYER This weekend, on the evening of January 20, 2019 for North America, the Full Moon passes through the umbral shadow of the Earth, creating a total eclipse of the Moon. No, this isn’t a “blood,” “super,” nor “wolf” Moon. All those terms are internet fabrications designed to bait clicks. It is a total […]Read more "Photographing the Total Eclipse of the Moon"
Here’s a number of still photos I took on Monday August 21 2017 between 1:30 to 3:30pm EST outside of Washington DC. The highest degree of coverage happened at 2:42pm EST with 81.7% coverage. My setup was fairly simple using my Sony point-and-shoot camera, old tripod and a free set of Solar glasses I recently […]Read more "An Eclipsing Slideshow, August 21 2017"