MyAlgoma’s William McBride suffered through bone chilling temperatures Sunday night to get a glimpse of the only total lunar eclipse this year.
Along with the total lunar eclipse was also the supermoon – the first full moon of the year. The moon appears a little bigger and brighter thanks to its slightly closer position to Earth.
The lunar eclipse was visible throughout North and South America – there won’t be another until 2021.
The visibility was brilliant in Sault Ste. Marie with clear and frigid conditions.
Photos by William McBride