We spent several chilly hours on a county hilltop taking photos of the solar eclipse paired with a blood moon in April, 2015. We captured many photos of the phases of the eclipse, and the featured photo was the very last. It was probably around 4:00 a.m and the coloring you see is true to the moment. Part of my passion for photography is, not only capturing a singular moment in time, but in recalling the experiences that came with it. When I see this photo, I’m instantly back on that hilltop philosophizing ISO, aperture, shutter speed, and everything in-between… wearing wool gloves without the fingertips, teeth chattering, jumping in and out of the truck between shots to stay warm, and sharing time and laughs with my best friend.