The Lunar Eclipse: PhotoShelter’s Front Row Seats

These days, we’ve come to expect if something’s happening somewhere in the world, you can bet good money at least one PhotoShelter member will be there photographing it. Last night, something cool happened in the solar system – a lunar eclipse – which apparently won’t come around again until 2094.

Lo and behold, PhotoShelter members were there. Several have shared their shots from different locations around the world.

Here’s a sampling:

Scott Thompson,
Truckee California

Jason Cate,
Toronto, Canada

Logan Mock Bunting,
Washington DC

Alonzo Adams,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Khampha Bouaphanh,
Fort Worth, Texas

Tommy Cochrane,
Universal News & Sport, Airdrie, North Lankanshire UK

Marcos Issa,
Argosfoto, Brazil

Brian Cleary,
Holly Hill, Florida

Reuben Tabner,
North Yorkshire, UK

Mike Read,
Hampshire, UK

Full Squared Productions,

Lunar Eclipse – Images by full squared

If you got out to shoot the special event, please share your best pics below!

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There are 16 comments for this article
  1. shane srogi at 12:18 pm

    Love everyone’s work. Like a shared experience. South Florida was cooler than normal but the skies were clear. I really enjoyed watching the eclipse, the unusual lighting and the red color reminded me of a heated stone. -Shane

  2. ernest Dambach at 1:22 pm

    “Last night, something cool happened in the solar system – a lunar eclipse – which apparently won’t come around again until 2094.” Technically what made last night’s Lunar Eclipse special, is that it was full, visible in all of the United States, AND happened on the Winter Solstice. Full lunar eclipses are relatively common (2 per year). Having a full lunar eclipse that you can see without traveling to it, less so, and seeing a Full Lunar Eclipse on the Winter Solstice, only once every 500ish years. More info:

  3. Scott Thompson at 8:26 pm

    Thank you Photoshelter! I was going to post a link to my photo but you beat me to it, and the first one on the page, I’m honored. I remember wondering how many other photographers were out shooting the same moon, it’s nice to see so many great images of it by fellow photoshelter photographers. Here’s a link to my little blogpost about the image:

  4. Victor Santamaria at 3:09 am

    I took these pictures from Panama, nearby the canal. At he begining It was totally cloudy and rainy but it was only at the beginning. Suddenly the clouds dissapeared after one week raining and raining. It was incredible, I coud not believe that. Happy Christmas!!!!!

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