|A similar lunar eclipse in Nov 2003|
Photo credit: Jim Fakatselis
If you live anywhere in North America, you'll be able to see the eclipse -- if you're willing to take the time. If the skies over Georgia will cooperate by staying cloud-free, I plan to give a look.
I know it's possible to see a lunar eclipse despite the light pollution of a city area, because the following two photos were taken by my son from a balcony in downtown Atlanta during an eclipse in November 2008.
BEEattitude for Day # 68:
Blessed are those who look up, for they shall live in wonder. We bees wish we could see the moon; it sounds marvelous.
One thing Fran is grateful for right now:
Those precious places in this country where light pollution is not a factor.