Wednesday, February 20, 2008


I took my cameras out to document the beautiful total lunar eclipse tonight. This will be the last one until December of 2010, so I didn't want to miss it. Unfortunately my digital camera doesn't have manual settings for aperture or shutter speed and it only has 3x optical zoom. With those limitations in mind, I also grabbed my film SLR and the only roll of film I had. The film will get developed shortly and I'll post those as soon as I can scan them in. In the meantime, here are a few decent shots from my digital point and shoot. The eclipse was incredible. I'm really glad the clouds cleared (and just in time) so it could be seen. Saturn is to the lower left of the moon and Regulus is above it.

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