36 Stunning Lunar Eclipse Photos

by on December 22, 2010

in Photos

Lunar Eclipse

In the early morning hours of December 21, 2010, there was a total lunar eclipse (in North America).  It was the first time in 372 years that a total lunar eclipse fell on the winter solstice.

As you may have guessed, there were some keen photographers out to capture some stunning images of the moon in its amber glow. See the rest of the photos below, and click on any photo to go to the photographer’s Flickr page for larger versions of these images and more info about the photographer.

Jersey City, New Jersey and the 2010 Lunar Eclipse

eclipse total de luna


Solstice Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse - December 2010

My view of the Lunar Eclipse December 2010

Lunar Eclipse, San Francisco, 2010

Progression of Lunar Eclipse

Blood Moon

Lunar Eclipse Composite

Lunar Eclipse

Red Glow

Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse 2010

Lunar Eclipse Winter Solstice Moon (once in a life time)

Lunar Eclipse VOL. Kid Cudi aka Man on the Moon

Fases del Eclipse Lunar

Total Lunar Eclipse - 21/12/10

The Night of the Lunar Eclipse

Lunar eclipse 21.12.2010

Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse on Winter Solstice - 12/21/10

Lunar Eclipse

Total Lunar Eclipse (201012210004HQ)

Day 355/365: Lunar Eclipse

Total Lunar Eclipse (201012210002HQ)

Lunar Eclipse - December 21, 2010

Lunar Eclipse under the CN Tower

Lunar eclipse 21-12-10

Lunar Eclipse Over the CN Tower

Lunar eclipse

Eclipse & Watcher

Late Totality - 12/21/10

Solstice Lunar Eclipse 2010 (d)

Luna 3: Pockmarked

Mamalluca Lunar Eclipse




1 Ruprix December 23, 2010 at 6:22 am


2 Gary Blackman December 24, 2010 at 6:25 am

Your photss are excellent.

I invite you to check out my groups photos of the eclipse from Australia -



3 kenbly December 24, 2010 at 8:20 am

Question on the first photo of the group? Why is the photo on the guys Flicker page different from the photo shown here? The photo on his page looks more like an orange than the moon!LOL

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