The last time there was a lunar eclipse on the Winter Solstice was in 1638, 372 years ago. Shortest and Darkest Day of the year and a red Moon. What could be better?
It would be cool if the weather deities would be so kind as to remove the cloud cover from the Puget Sound so we can all enjoy it. Wouldn't it.
So far, so good! :-)
Here are some pictures from my walk.
And more . . .
And now 9:43 pm PST (US), approximately 50 minutes before the eclipse is to start! Time to get the good camera out.
11:30 pm PST (US) and the clouds parted:
And now I have to go to sleep. WAY Past My Bedtime!