These photos are of the Solar eclipse on Sunday, May 20th. The eclipse could only be viewed as a partial eclipse from Sedona. The photos are of a progression from around 5:30 pm MT until just before sunset at around 7:05 pm MT. The maximum eclipse was at 6:35 pm. MT. Shortly after that I happened to turn around to see an ethereal sight of shadows from the tree in our yard on the neighbors house. Note how the shadows depict the eclipse. It was very surreal.
The biggest and brightest full moon of the year arrived Saturday May 5th, as our celestial neighbor passed closer to Earth than usual. Saturday’s event was a “supermoon,” the closest and therefore the biggest and brightest full moon of the … Continue reading →
Took a few shots at Montezuma Well during a Full Moon last month. The park is usually closed at sunset but the main trail was open for the event. The photo with the tree is opposite the moon showing the … Continue reading →