Wow! It was nighttime here when I saw it here in NY-- but here the moon was on top, and the planets were underneath/side. Since it was dark outside, my flash kept going off, so I only the moon was visible in my picture and not the planets. I finally realized I could video it, so now I have that moment captured for posterity!
I didn't even think to take a picture, but when I went outside to get Michael off the van, I was blown away by the view!
It was unbelievable! Thank you for trying to capture it, if only to share it's memory with those who were able to see it.
I took my son out to see the moon. At 4 years old, he's mostly non-verbal but he's imitating sounds more and more, so I had him point and say "moon" as best he could. It was a beautiful sight here in northern NJ!
That picture takes me right back to the beach in Natonya on my last night in Israel in 2001...got to see a lunar eclipse! Thanks for the picture. I can't believe that I forgot to look for it last night.BTW, I love your blog and read it every morning before buckling down to do work!
Wow! I posted my pics too!I didn't realize that this was visible all over the world.Kinda makes us feel small, no?
It was too cloudy (and snowy) here to see anything though I checked several times...
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