Taken on a frosty morning between the hours of 5am and 6:30am on 21st January 2019. The rare phenomenon, caused in part by a lunar eclipse, makes the surface of the moon appear a reddish hue while seeming brighter and closer to earth than normal. The phenomena won't happen again for another 18 years.
The framed image is a montage of three images from totality to the period when then moon starts to move out of the Earths shadow.
This A4 framed print, has a quality off-white mount card, with glass glazing and a satin black frame. The mount card has the 'Coastal JJ' signature and the overall dimensions are 13 inches by 17 inches (33cm by 43cm).
As these products are hand-made to order, the delivery time is approximately ten days, from the placing of the order.
We don't currently ship overseas (IE outside of the UK). However we may be able to do this as a special request). Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us via our facebook page, if you have an interest.