We missed out on the blood red lunar eclipse here in the northeast on Saturday. Very little was to be visible anyway, but it was overcast so even totality would have been unseen by us.
I went to a favorite location for the full moon, Mount Pollux, yesterday morning knowing that most of the moon’s fullness was still with us and made this image at dawn.
I was not alone as there were several folks wrapped up in blankets who had walked from a nearby house for Easter sunrise. It was pretty chilly and breezy which I guess caused them to head home as I was leaving and before sunrise happened. It was a subdued sunrise.
And for those who don’t mind a little rowdy music….