A total lunar eclipse, coinciding with the Supermoon, happened on the evening of Sept. 27, 2015. I took advantage of my studio view and set-up my tripod, Nikon perched atop. I have never really spent time photographing the moon, but thought that I might as well throw my hat in the ring along with the rest of the planet and capture my view of this astronomical event. Halfway through photographing the eclipse, the technical left my mind and the artist took over. These are multiple exposure digital photographs I took of the moon last night. No post editing, just cropping to square. Harnessing the power of the moon and receiving it's energy, she was a beauty casting her gaze down on the horizon last night. Here are my favourite photos from last night.