I wanted to let you know that we have a major celestial event happening between tonight (3-7-2018) and sunrise (3-8-2018).
The Moon, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will all be aligned! I hope you have the chance to see it.
If you are in America, the Moon will be rising at 11:35 p.m. central time
If you are across the world from America, you will be able to see similar alignment this evening your time. It just won’t be a perfect alignment.
I just started a facebook photo album for some of my Flower photography that I wanted to share with you.
Flowers by Gloria Gunderson
The Blood Moon of April 15, 2014 captured as the earth was starting to move out of the Lunar Eclipse.
Captured in Rosemount, Minnesota
Camera Details: Nikon COOLPIX L120 ƒ/5.81 sec.132 mm800 ISO
Photography Gallery Link: http://www.captureminnesota.com/photos/1450317
I was completely in awe of the full moon in the early morning hours of December 17, 2013 in Minnesota. God provided us with a beautiful full moon including pink & purple glowing haze. He even gave us a rainbow around the moon before the clouds lifted.
Here is a link to my facebook photo album with five photographs of yesterday morning’s December Full Moon: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.257688961059002.1073741839.132826903545209&type=1
Jupiter and the Moon will be in alignment (conjunction) tonight! I won’t be able to see it because of snow tonight in Minnesota. I was able to capture it last year, though, and wanted to share it with you.
In the eight years since starting my scenic photography business, I have never seen such a gorgeous sunset. I really couldn’t think of another name for this photograph because it was truly breathtaking. If you look closely, you can literally see the sun’s flames….amazing! While I was taking the photograph, it appeared that the sun’s shape distorted a little as it was going down behind the cloud. I thought it was an optical illusion, but it wasn’t.
I am very thankful to God for allowing me to capture this amazing and gorgeous sunset last night! God’s beauty is truly amazing and such a blessing in our stressful world.
I’ve been trying to capture a Pileated Woodpecker over the past year. They are very hard to capture on camera because they are so shy of people and fly away at the slightest sound.
This morning my fiancee, Steve, came in from outside and told me that there were two of them in a nearby tree. I was finally able to capture not one, but two Pileated Woodpeckers!
I am always amazed at the huge holes they leave in trees. I was able to capture one of these two with its head inside the hole it had just made.
To purchase this photograph, follow this link and click on the Buy it! button: http://www.captureminnesota.com/photos/1183584