2010-01-01

Happy 2010 and change illustrated with eclipse of the moon

Change illustrated with partly eclipse of the moon


Welcome to 2010, the last year in the first decennium or the first year of the second decade (as you prefer) of the first century in the third mellennium.

A few hours before midnight there was a partial eclipse of the moon in Roskilde. The shot symbolises constant change as the universe turns and turns...

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7 comments:

Dina said...

Shalom Jorgen, nice to see your blog, first time.
Hey, how did you get TWO moons?? :)

I saw the eclipse from Israel last night, but only one moon.
Greetings of happy new year from Jerusalem.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

A stunning photograph. You must have an amazing camera, eye for detail, and sense of timing!

Jan
GDP

brattcat said...

Excellent interpretation of the theme. Happy New Year to you from Vermont, USA.

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Thank you for the good wishes and comments.
The photo of the moon was taken with zoom and blitz. I don't know why there are two moons, but the question leads to a connection to the blitz - may be this is a kind of rainbow-effect.
I have uploaded 3 more photos to flickr in the moon-set.

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Excellent and different exposition of the theme, and a very nice photograph.

Three Rivers Daily Photo

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very cool image. i have solar eclipse photos on my site under the solar eclipse label that you might enjoy from the July eclipse last summer. Happy New Year and I wish you many good photos in 2010!

IamMBB said...

Lovely image and unusual. Love the little missing snippet.