The moon itself started turning a rusty color as the eclipse evolved, but my camera - in order to get a good clear close-up - didn't pick up the red color except in one of the last photos that's not as clear as the others.
Here's the full moon coming up over the hill across from the campground. You can barely see Caballo Lake on the bottom right.
Almost cleared the mountain, and it looks like the eclipse is beginning.
Isn't the moon beautiful in this closeup:
The lunar eclipse is starting. We sure had a front row seat - it was right in front of The Palms:
Closeup of the lunar eclipse.
Here's the almost complete eclipse with a different camera setting:
This one shows some of the reddish color - when I had clear photos, I lost the color:
Pretty much total:
And here's the total eclipse, you can hardly see it (move really close to your screen and you can see it right in the middle):
Katie is doing so well, she even wants to walk more. I'm not wanting her to walk too much because it always enlarges her seroma when she overdoes it, but she's gained weight, and of course walking is good for her. So, she's walking a little more now and riding in the stroller most of the time, still. I took her to get a bath the other day and the groomer noticed she has some gingivitis on her left fang. Luckily the vet is in the same building, so I went out and asked if they could look at her. I thought the gum was infected, but not yet. We scheduled a teeth cleaning for the end of October to get Katie's teeth back to pearly white.
Here she is sleeping with the tip of her tongue sticking out - I love that. My little fatty:
From me and Katie, have a great weekend, everyone! :)