The Surrey of photographers were rewarded by an early start caught the light of the lunar eclipse on Monday morning (21 January).
Richard Symonds, took a selection of photos of stunning super blood wolf moon near Artington, Guildford about 5.15am.
The display is a combination of rare astronomical & # 39; supermoon and lunar eclipse, moon shadow surrounding the stunning & # 39; red.
Richard said: "My last attempt of the moon was blood on his last appearance in 2015, so this year armed with the camera and the new lens I wanted to do the last photo.
"Unfortunately the skies were clear as they wanted hope that we have managed to take the moon through the clouds.
"The patience paid exactly 5.15 of & # 39; in the morning when the moon was full eclipse, the clouds broke for a few moments as we have managed to take the moon in all its glory."
Scientists predict that there will be a total lunar eclipse visible in the world since May 2021.
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