The entire world was going crazy to see the historical Super Blue Blood Moon, some people had booked at the observatory, some at their favorite restaurant, some at the beaches, and many were skeptical about it. It was indeed a once in a lifetime achievement and experience. One of their clients was taking their entire EXCOM team to the desert to see the majestic site while having some free time and team-building exercise.
Dubai Skies had overcast and Moon really had to fight through the eclipse as well as the clouds to show its followers the historic sight. After having an overwhelming and tiring day, we only thought of visiting it in the neighborhood with kids. As we saw the Moon struggling, we waited outside for a few minutes, took a few rounds but didnt get the glimpse of Super Blue Blood moon. It was a windy night and we returned home unrewarded, without being a part of a significant occurrence that we wouldnt be able to experience ever in our lives. I was exhausted and slept much earlier in anticipation of waking up early morning to get a sight of the Moon.
At 5 am in 16 degrees, I took my time to admire the moon and took a couple of shots. The Moon looked magical, radiant, and full of life, somewhat like the sun in the dark skies. My hands were shaking a lot so the pictures are not that perfect but I tried my best. Here are a few shots I took this morning;