Nighttime - steve-coyle

Eclipsing Comanche

This full moon in Texas was once called the Comanche Moon as it is said that this was the full moon the Comanche Indians used for their raids into Texas and Mexico. Tonight's lunar eclipse marked the last time we'll see this occurrence until 2033. The clouds finally parted long enough to be able to capture this shot from our street. Even managed to capture a few stars in the shot, although they may be hard to see in social media. Glad the clouds finally cooperated because who knows what I'll be doing in 2033. I don't schedule that far in advance. :-)

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