December 10th Lunar Eclipse [Explored]

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    Todays partial eclipse of the moon, as seen on an early morning hike with Jon Blake We are looking west from Devil's Backbone Open Space, outside of Loveland, Colorado.

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    1. Mike Berenson - Colorado Captures 39 months ago | reply

      That's really cool Steve! Looks like you guys found a really good vantage point! And you got a really good capture!

    2. nomade79 39 months ago | reply

      bella composizione

    3. Tiina Gill (busy) 39 months ago | reply

      Excellent capture! Congratulations!

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    4. Gordie Broon. 39 months ago | reply

      Excellent capture, congrats on explore !

    5. wellscenephotography (ON) 39 months ago | reply

      Should have known you wouldn't miss this one, Steve. Incredible shot!

    6. pat.bluey 39 months ago | reply

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    7. Enjoy the journey...back in Spokane 39 months ago | reply

      Sweet shot
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    8. jeanmical 39 months ago | reply

      Trophée Super Shot......Pas une Invitation
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    9. Luke Hertzfeld 39 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot! Those snow covered mountains sure make for an epic backdrop to the eclipse! Great image.

    10. My_Minds_Eye 39 months ago | reply

      Outstanding image!
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    11. Colskier1 39 months ago | reply

      Like this one a lot better than the other eclipse image. Here you see the whole moon, the moon is pleasingly offset, and the other colors compliment the moon nicely.

    12. Robin-Wilson 39 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot!!....congrats on Explore!

    13. Dan Martinez Photography 39 months ago | reply

      Super!!! Congrats on Explore!!

    14. b.four 39 months ago | reply

      Incredible shot, well done.

    15. bertapei - look for me at Ipernity 39 months ago | reply

      wow ! impressive capture !
      the moon seems enormous !

    16. Andre Luu 38 months ago | reply

      Hi Steve, that is a fantastic shot of the lunar eclipse. I watched it here in Vietnam too but it was too cloudy and dim. Your moon matched with the interesting dark and light tone bands of the mountain ranges. What a shot!

    17. Agostinho!! 35 months ago | reply

      This is my favourite! "God job"! You inspire me!

    18. stullda25 35 months ago | reply

      Love this. Really great capture.

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