Amy Bisson sent some photos and commentary last week that I’m just now getting around to posting. Thanks, Amy!
Last night (September 28), more than a few people were out watching the lunar eclipse unfold. More than a few times a jet or plane raced across the sky as the full moon morphed, first changing shape as the earth cast its shadow and then emerging as a rust red disk. There was a feeling of camaraderie with fellow sky-gazers, most of us just happy to be staring skyward and watching the show.