Sunday the 20th saw what was termed the super wolf blood moon …. or just another larger (not noticeable) moon and a lunar eclipse. The wolf moon name comes from native north Americans who called the moon a wolf moon as you could hear the wolves howling at this time of year.

After a period of cloud — lasting about 3 months ! we had a clear day and night but Ontario was gripped into a polar vortex with real temperature at -22C and the “its cold feel like temp” at -40C it was going to be a challenge to capture on film….

Well after a significant cold time — multiple hours the final blood red was not that red ! the image below is a HDR composite of a series of bracketed exposures