ماه آزادی


On July 27th, the longest total lunar eclipse in the century took place, which lasted for 6 hrs. While no one cared for the eclipse, I spent the night out at Azadi square trying to take a time-lapse photo of the eclipse with intervals of 5 mins over Azadi tower.
During the eclipse, the moon turns red, becoming "Blood Moon". The red color is caused by Rayleigh scattering of sunlight through the Earth's atmosphere, the same effect that causes sunsets to appear red.
Title ماه آزادی
Hit 65
Location Azadi Square, Tehran, Iran
Camera Nikon D5500
Lens Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80mm f/2.8-4E ED VR
Lens Aperture 8
F 8
Exposure 1 sec
ISO 100
Photography Techniques Composite, Time-Lapse
Accessories Sirui T-1004XL
Date of photography 1397/05/06
keyword
Lunar
Eclipse


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