Location: Town Square // Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Date: September 27, 2015
About: The super moon combined with a lunar eclipse for a rare experience that occurs every 18 years: the super blood moon lunar eclipse. Due to the phenomenon known as Rayleigh scattering, the moon - which was 14% bigger and over 30% brighter than usual, hence "super" - turned red for just over an hour. Despite rampant cloud cover, the moon made a brief appearance in the unlikeliest of places - Jackson Hole's Town Square - creating a very unique capture against the iconic antler arches. See you in 2033!