Pretty wonderful! Great job putting these images together.
In fact the scrolling is great because it give you the sensation of the light getting darker as the moon shades.
Wonderful project, Sam - thank you for making it.
Spectacular, Sam. It's a great idea and you have done it perfectly.
This should be printed and hung in a gallery!
Beau-ti-ful Sam! Love the creativity you put into your pictures (edits actually). You were lucky that the moon was quite big this particular evening. Normally I don't get this size with a 200mm.
Thats a very cool way of showing the eclipse.
Don't fret about the end user scrolling ... this is a nice composite.
You, sir, are an inspiration.
Amazing. I love your work.
This is brilliant. You are so lucky you had clear skies. We had cloud..... Xxxx
This is fantastic. This is even better than the one from yesterday. Brilliant. I'd need really high walls to hang it up. But it would make for the coolest of posters! Or maybe even a long dress Print?!!!? That might be an idea!!!
the progression is amazing! love it
Just great, is a great presentation,
very well done work
This is beautiful and the scrolling creates a sense of anticipation that makes it all worth it. Thank you, Sam.
I scrolled so much I ran off the page and hit the keyboard lol
Awesome shot baby
Amazing, thanks so much for putting this together :)
Totally unique presentation. You're good!
Are these photos flipped? I took 3 photos that night and the straitions on the left side show to the lower right and the bright spot on the top right appear on the lower left. I am intrigued. wa sthsi taken through a telescope?
Wonderful. This is a great presentation. I missed the whole thing it was cloudy here.
Great photos! Thanks :)
Where I am, the moon was bright copper-red in color while all this was taking place.
Say -- Merry Christmas, too ! :)
Very nice...I enjoyed the scrolling with my new mighty mouse :)
One of my favourite captures of the Lunar eclipse. Great work!
Isn't it a strange coincidence that the diameter of the shadow of the earth that covers the moon during a total lunar eclipse is exactly the same diameter as that of the moon itself, as if one "looney" was covering another?
What are the odds that such a phenomenon happens by pure accident?
Is this not convincing proof that there is a Creator?
Sam, this is a great picture and work ! Well done :-)
Wow! This is really neat!
You did a great job - more impressed with the guy who suggested this for a dress than the one who saw it as proof of god. ;-)
wow it is amazing..
how can you take like this!?
My 6 year old daughter is and has always been totally into the phases of the moon-you can ask her on any given day what stage the moon is in and she can tell you!! We are moving into a new house and I would love to decorate her new bedroom around this photo-as of now it is not available for sale but if you could contact me about how I could purchase a print I would be grateful!!
Can I buy this for my bedroom?? PPPppppppleeease!! It's absolutely amazing!