These two images were created during the last two lunar eclipses. The first was shot in the highlands above the fog and is a vertical panoramic 4 images tall. For this first capture I wanted a more chaotic and uneven transition between the phases. Similar to how the fog was breathing in and out of the canyon that night.
The second was captured on the south coast at the only spot where the land would be visible as the moon set over the ocean. The brevity of the eclipse is evident in the much smaller zone of red goodness.