I took the photos with my mobile from the car -- sorry they are blurry. Over here in the Western half of the US, in Colorado, we would have had to get up at around 3 in the morning to see the entire lunar eclipse. However, I was on my way to work and was lucky enough to see it about halfway finished. During the short drive more and more of the moon quickly shone, and then just as the light was coming up in the eastern sky, the moon quickly set behind our 14,000 foot mountain, Pikes Peak. I feel truly lucky to live here and yes, even to have been driving to work at 6a.m. That's a bit of beauty I can carry through my day. :)

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Comment by Alan Dawson on August 28, 2007 at 9:37am
Wow, absolutely fantastic Suzanne, wish I could've seen that. Just adds something to the day doesn't it, perhaps even to the whole week. It's just great to be alive and privileged to see such spectacles.


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