A total lunar eclipse: lessons learned

There was a total lunar eclipse on May 15th, and I went to see it (and sketch it). I learned that:

  1. The moon was read indeed but in order to appreciate the changes of the eclipse I would probably need some special equipment.
  2. White flashlight is a hazard to my eyes and the eyes of many others (next time I will bring my sketching in the night hat with the green light built it).
  3. And there were so many interesting people to sketch - I should have done that - but instead, I spent a good part of the hour meandering in the park and sketched the moon in black and white. 

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