November’s Lunar Eclipse 2022

I woke up at 2:30am on Tuesday morning, had 2 cups of coffee, turned on my favorite chill playlist and stayed outside until about 5:45am. In that time, I watched what I could of the lunar eclipse (we weren’t able to see the finale here on the East Coast), photographed big, bright, beautiful Mars, The Orion Constellation, The Plieades star cluster, a moon halo AND a surprise photobomb by The International Space Station.

I have so many photos to edit but for now, I wanted to share these. My camera doesn’t work the way it used to so they’re not as sharp as I’d like, but they’ll do until the next total Lunar Eclipse in 2025.



In love with every aspect of life's little moments and beautiful imperfections. I'm also a huge nerd.

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