Wednesday, December 22, 2010
During last night's lunar eclipse over north/south America (and other parts of the world got a peak too), I just happened to still be up, and the clouds departed *just* in time to get some great shots of the moon. I stepped out about every 15-20 minutes to get a shot. It was the first eclipse I've seen in years.
In return, as the moon was completely red, I stood outside I heard one lonely coyote howl, and a pack a mile away or so answer him.
In other creepy news, a local magazine is doing an article on me and my photography... we scheduled the meet up here at my house Wednesday at 2 p.m. Imagine my surprise when I heard a knock on my door at 2:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
The creepy part is, I was in my pajamas still, just getting ready to go run errands and my house looked like a bomb went off.
Look at the bright side, I no longer have to clean the house! woooot!