I don't suppose that I have to explain this series of photos too much. They represent the full lunar eclipse that we experienced in October. The last is of the full eclipse when there was a dull, red glow. You'd think that there would have been no light at all, but, as you can see, there was some. It took a very long time exposure to get the last shot of the full eclipse — it wasn't nearly as bright as the photo suggests. Despite the use of a tripod, you can se a lot of camera shake and blur. I should have been using a remote shutter release, but I wasn't. Live and learn.