Processing the shots from the eclipse got me thinking about palindromes, a favorite subject!
Lunar Halo preceded the eclipsing moon on its journey behind the large standing wave cloud looming in the SE from Panorama Point in Hood River, Oregon.
This week every day is a palindrome! (4-14-14), (4-15-14_ etc. The Lunar Eclipse was a palindrome, ending as it started, with the lovely orange red earth shadow in the heart of the palindrome as the shadow slowly moved across the surface both coming and going. In Port Townsend we had a community center used for everything from weddings or memorials to African dance or Yoga. The huge lovely barn was given the name “The Palindrome” by the owners at that time, the “Flying Karamzov Brothers” whose humor and juggling kept us all entertained.
Palindromes. We all get to be a palindrome on occasion… last year I was one at age 55… hmmm wonder if I will make it to a 3 number palindrome, 101? LOL …. wait that is another palindrome!
After the Moon came out from behind the cloud, the first stages of the eclipse was well under way as the earths shadow began to crawl across the brilliant Moon.
Another way this eclipse was a palindrome… it started in clouds, came out to play in the clear, then ended back in clouds! I was shooting from Panorama Point with several friends and we cheered as the moon cleared the cloud and came out to play.