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Pudsey Bear

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Meant to ask this morning, but did anyone get to see the Blood Moon last night, any pics to post, cloudy as hell here so not even a glimpse.

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Same here in Dorset Kev, cloud, cloud and more clouds.
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Yes I did. Sort of. I'm an hour ahead and so it was late o'clock when it eventually rose, it was 3/4 eclipsed by then but I was too tired to care much, and as I had to look over the van beside me I may have appeared weird looking through her window (a bit more weird than usual)


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naa couldn't be arsed to stay up for it.[smiles%20(18)]
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Nothing for us and we live in the perfect area, high up on the moors, dark skies, no light pollution. Couldn't see a bloody thing.
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Nothing for us and we live in the perfect area, high up on the moors, dark skies, no light pollution. Couldn't see a bloody thing.


Same with us. - Cloud everywhere.The moon appeared about 11.00pm..... when everything was over!

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It really pees me off, we have these spectacular events rarely enough, you think they would plan ahead for the wevver. ...
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Oh what a shame, I didn't think about it until it was coming out of the eclipse, we had a perfectly clear sky and I would have had a wonderful view of it, just forgot until it was too late.
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Just looking outside now and it is a full moon and the colour is a nice orange, anybody else seeing it. Probably not as striking as last night but at least we can see summat.
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We have a full moon and it made me think of this 
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