Photo @ladzinski / As we are seeing posted all over the social feeds, understandably so, tonight was the #SuperMoon #LunarEclipse. If you were lucky enough to see it I’m sure you would agree that it was absolutely incredible. This photo here is an in-camera #DoubleExposure, which is essentially photographing two photos onto a single frame, all in camera. It’s an old film trick and in cases like this the perfect way to create an unusually cool effect. This was shot this evening at the top of #LoganPass in #GlacierNationalPark Montana while here on assignment. Wherever you may be, I hope you got to enjoy this rare and beautiful occasion this evening!
So… the world didn’t end when rare super blood moon graced us with its presence last night — that’s good. We did, however, get quite a light show. Millions of people around the world looked up and witnessed the spectacular event that last happened about 33 years ago. And if you’re one of the rare few who did not go out last night to see this rare event, don’t worry, you’re Instagram friends got you covered: Of course, if you really want to relive the entire moment, here’s a three-hour video of the super blood moon: But if you don’t have time to watch that three-hour video above, here is a very quick two-second time-lapse of the whole event:
— Chelsie Angeles (@ChelsieAngeles) September 28, 2015