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To bad it was hazy and cloudy. These might have been much better.

Nikon D3000, 1/250 @ f16. Tonemapped.

Nikon D3000, 1/250 @ f16. Tonemapped.

Blood Moon Eclipse from our front area. It was a cloudy night and there was a haze covering the moon. But I think you can just see the "red color" begin to form. You can definitely see the eclipse starting. Nikon D3000, Nikor 70-300mm lens shot at 300mm, 1/250 @ f13 in RAW, for those of you who want to know the details.

Blood Moon Eclipse from our front area. It was a cloudy night and there was a haze covering the moon. But I think you can just see the “red color” begin to form. You can definitely see the eclipse starting. Nikon D3000, Nikor 70-300mm lens shot at 300mm, 1/250 @ f13 in RAW, for those of you who want to know the details.

Blood Moon Eclipse from our front area. It was a cloudy night and there was a haze covering the moon. But I think you can just see the "red color" begin to form. You can definitely see the eclipse starting. Nikon D3000, Nikor 70-300mm lens shot at 300mm, 1/250 @ f13 in RAW, for those of you who want to know the details.

Blood Moon Eclipse from our front area. It was a cloudy night and there was a haze covering the moon. But I think you can just see the “red color” begin to form. You can definitely see the eclipse starting. Nikon D3000, Nikor 70-300mm lens shot at 300mm, 1/250 @ f13 in RAW, for those of you who want to know the details.

Blood Moon Eclipse from our front area. It was a cloudy night and there was a haze covering the moon. But I think you can just see the "red color" begin to form. You can definitely see the eclipse starting. Nikon D3000, Nikor 70-300mm lens shot at 300mm, 1/250 @ f13 in RAW, for those of you who want to know the details. Local tone mapped in HDR.

Blood Moon Eclipse from our front area. It was a cloudy night and there was a haze covering the moon. But I think you can just see the “red color” begin to form. You can definitely see the eclipse starting. Nikon D3000, Nikor 70-300mm lens shot at 300mm, 1/250 @ f13 in RAW, for those of you who want to know the details. Local tone mapped in HDR.