A continuous effort to improve my skill…on my way to 10,000 hours of photography, to success and to great photography.
It was a rare event that happened in our lifetime, to have witnessed a super blue blood moon.
To remind myself:
Blue Moon, a second full moon in a calendar month
Super Moon, when the moon is unusually close to Earth, making it bigger and brighter
Blood moon, a moment during an eclipse when the moon appears red
I never wasted this opportunity. I put out my gears and tried to capture my best shots.
It was past 8PM, Philippine time, I started. I didn’t catch the super blue moon that much. While I was getting my best shot, slowly I can see that the moon was turning red. But, I wasn’t successful. I didn’t like my shots. Maybe, I took around or more than hundred shots. It wasn’t easy. It was trial and error. But, luckily I took a few that I can say that I got it.
This was taken a day after the happening of Super Blue Blood Moon. It was too bright that I couldn’t help but capture it, as well.