For once, insomnia failed me and I did not stay up or wake up for the lunar eclipse at 2:45 AM or so Central Time. I did take photos anyway with the Sony Cybershot and caught night clouds on the move instead. The first shot shows a cloud reflection rather than the moon. the last shot, taken from the back yard, does show the moon, but it has to compete with some fairly heavy-duty security lights. Still, the ice-clouds in the middle two shots were unexpected and beautiful in their own way.
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Author of the poetry collection The Tethered Ground and Professor of English at Missouri State University. Contact me for readings or for workshops on writing/publishing and on teaching writing online. View all posts by llcadle