Lunar Eclipse on the Winter Solstice

Hi, Everyone!

For those of you who either slept through it or didn’t even know it was happening, last night a celestial event occurred that hasn’t happened for 372 years — a total lunar eclipse of a full moon on the winter solstice!  Among our many blessings is Linda’s sister Sally — a phenomenal fine art photographer based in Reno, Nevada. Sally decided to stay up late, trek out into the cold night and capture the event for us all to see.

Here’s 10 of Sally’s shots — click on them to open full size:

Obviously, this now proves that the moon really IS made of cheese!

Happy Winter Solstice!


PS — If you’d like to see more of Sally’s photographs, here’s a link to her website:


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