My first thought was … argh … there will be millions of beautiful, sharp and frame filling pictures on the internet already nanoseconds after this event has started. Then I thought … let’s have a look … and I saw the dark brown moon rising over the southeastern horizon.
Hm, … I fetched my binocular and enjoyed what I saw … frame filling … oh my dear.
Well, to make a long story short … I went inside and fetched my workhorse — guess what I mean — mounted the longest lens I have for it — the M.Zuiko 75–300mm lens (which corresponds to 600mm on the long end) — mounted it on a tripod and started taking some pictures. Somewhere I read that this special event will occur again in around 100.000 years … wow … and I was watching it now … live.
The small dot in the lower right is Mars — the red planet.
Well, that’s it … ah … this time there is no black and white version ;)
So long … and thanks for all the fish.