Lunar Bliss For Chiswick Stargazers

Capturing images of the rare Blood Moon


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Clear skies over Chiswick proved to be a boon for local stargazers intent on capturing images of the supermoon lunar eclipse (also known as a blood moon).

This rare event has not occurred since 1982 and will not be repeated until 2033.

Chiswick resident Paul Chambers captured these images from the Turnham Green area, near the Fire Station. Paul used a Panasonic Lumix TZ-61 Point and Shoot Camera which has a large zoom lens enabling him to zoom in closer to the moon.

Paul says; "I'm an amateur photographer from Chiswick and love practising taking better and better photos.  I love to explore and photograph Chiswick and London and try to tell a story with each shot."



This image below was taken by Julian Bailey;


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September 28, 2015

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