Wordless Wednesday! Rare Super Blood Moon

Happy Wednesday Everyone! Today’s post is what I believed most of you have heard in the news, facebook, most talked about in social media and from weather forecast etc… So, I was anxious to see what this Super Blood Moon is all about and guess what? Here is what I saw last Sunday evening.

Sitting in front of our porch on Sunday evening relaxing and watching this rare Super moon and lunar eclipse combine for ‘blood moon. We don’t want to miss this opportunity to capture all on the video camera which I was so excited to share them here with all of you. I was planning on posting a video but unfortunately, I wasn’t feeling well to edit the video last night. Instead I have all the pictures to show down below.

Hope you enjoy this rare astronomical event in which the moon appears to redden in the night sky – a ‘blood moon‘.

Let me know if you too have seen this “Blood Moon” in your area? I love to hear your comments down below.

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by on my Wordless Wednesday. Until next week, have a great rest of the week 😀

Sharon xoxo

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  1. stashmatters says:

    oh my gosh! Are you an astronomer?! How did you get such clear photos? AMAZING! Thanks so much for sharing the whole series of photos!

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  2. Great photo! Had so much fun watching this 🙂 Happy to have found your blog. Have a wonderful week.

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  3. Wow so incredible. I love the photos you’ve taken xxx

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  4. Ursula Ball says:

    Your lunar pictures are AWESOME!! Most of central Virginia did not see this event due to full week of rain!

    Ursula aka Blueridge Beauty

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  5. Gorgeous photos. I was begging my husband to take photos and I couldn’t get him out to do it. In Phoenix, we are very spread out so the desert is very dark. We had a really good view of the moon from our upper balcony and it was on the side of the sky away from where there are some buildings in Phoenix that would generate more light…. We got a really really RED moon. I wish I could have captured it.

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