Despite the northern front range of #Colorado being partly cloudy this morning, the little of the #LunarEclipse i managed to see was incredible and totally worth the struggle to find an angle. I left my house around 5:15am with no idea where I would be heading, which generally speaking isn't the best plan but it somehow worked in my favor today. From Boulder, where I live, the view was pretty obstructed by clouds, forcing me to drive further northeast to get away from the mountains and clouds. The eclipse was a #SuperBlueBloodMoon and peaked around 6:30 am which was perfect, giving a fair amount of blue hour light to work with. I was lucky to get this photo here of #MountMeeker and Colorado's northern most 14,000 foot mountain, #LongsPeak, shot with an 80-400mm lens. Swipe through the carousel to see a few other photos from this mornings mission ✌????

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