Finally, the clouds cleared just after totality and I got my shot of a lifetime at about 12;30 AM. It was windy, cold (yes, cold for this Florida boy), and cloudy. The moon would come into view briefly as the clouds scudded across the sky – but not long enough for me to get set up and shoot. Once the sky cleared I was able to set up and get my shot, but by then, the moon was so dim because of the eclipse, I had to open up the settings considerable.
The shot was made with my Olympus E-m1 markii, 300mm f4 + MC-14 which equals 840mm full-frame equivalent
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