Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Lunar eclipse and winther solstice...


Tonight 00.38 it´s winther solstice. Last night was the coldest night this year in Denmark, today is freezing cold too. Tomorrow is the shortest day of this year. The moon is full and right in this moment the lunar eclipse is visible. Indeed it´s a magical day...
Unfortunately this picture isn´t the current lunar eclipse.


13 comments:

  1. What a magical night. I'm an professor of psychological astrology and I was looking forward to the lunar eclipse. Sadly it has been raining all day so the clouds have blocked out any chance of seeing this even.

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  3. I was really looking forward to the eclipse but it had been raining all day and we could see nothing in the night sky.

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  6. I can just feel the chill. Its really exciting till the new year.

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  8. too bad we don't see the lunar eclipse in our place. nice picture you got there.

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