On January 31, 2018, I woke up at 5:20AM to ogle at the moon.
5:25AM: I was super glad to have had the forethought to set up my camera and tripod the night before, so when I inevitably woke up later than planned, I was able to run out into my front yard and set up right around the peak of the eclipse.
5:35AM: I got startled by the motion sensor light in front of my house and bumped into the tripod. Oops.
5:45AM: The sky began to lighten a bit more as the morning progressed and I was able to get some dope ~aesthetic~ shots with more color variety and overall visual interest imho.
5:50AM: As the moon continued to set, it began to cross paths with my neighbor’s telephone line. Adds a new dimension, but I ended up photoshopping it out for my final Instagram product.