10:20 PM CST, nearly fully eclipsed, after which my camera decided it didn’t care to focus at -30 F.
The name may seem dramatic, but it was really just a full lunar eclipse (“blood” for the reddish-brown color it turns), in January (“wolf” by the Native American calendar), on a night when the moon was closer to the earth than usual (“super”).
Which, perhaps, is amazing enough to deserve such a dramatic title.
“God is my King from of old, working salvation on the earth…The day is His, and His also the night; He established the sun and moon.” (Psalm 74:12,16)
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Incredible photo, Beth ! God’s wonders never cease. As I look out my window this morning the colors are so beautiful snow covered trees silhouetted against a white streaked pale blue sky. How can people actually believe that all of this is just the result of a “Big Bang”? Thank you again for sharing.