Lunar Eclipse 2010 by Brian Damage

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I stayed up all night to be sure of getting this shot. I can’t believe it turned out so well!
No photoshop – no effects… just luck and hard work. I’m SO proud of it! It’s not often you get a view like this in London.

Right, I’m taking the rest of the month off!

Thank you all for being so nice to me :-)
Merry Christmas x


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Once upon a time… when I was young and foolish according to Miss Meehan (my wonderful art teacher) I was quite good at drawing, painting, scribbling and doodling. Despite producing Dali inspired paintings and Gerald Scarfe style drawings and having several cartoons published in a national magazine… this was a talent I chose to neglect. Not anymore!

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  • Mel Harrison
    Mel Harrisonover 3 years ago

    love it, but it looks a lot like, the london blackout in technicolor… i may be wrong, but it’s very similar…

  • I have to admit I was influenced…

    – Brian Damage

  • Jessica Dzupina
    Jessica Dzupinaover 3 years ago

    LOL, Brian!!! You are hilarious! :-D

  • Trouble is… nobody takes me seriously

    – Brian Damage

  • willb
    willbover 3 years ago

    I never cease to be amazed at the incredible depth you offer in your interpretation and execution.
    Obviously you were informed by the work of Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, c. 1913, but your rendition of the eclipse, considering I think it was snowing at the time in London, is nothing short of remarkable.
    I like.

  • Mr willb, I thank you for your attempt at sarcasm. I am disturbed and indeed distressed to find that the aforementioned “Kazimir Malevich” whosoever he may be has apparently worked in a similar area to the above. I think you will find that my highly original work concentrates on one particularly rare event (the Lunar Eclipse of 2010) whereas Mr Malevich’s is simply a “black square” (far more plentiful than Lunar Eclipses)

    I merely aim you in the direction of the nearest chess board to prove my point! If this does not satisfy your agressive and wildly innacurate aspersions then I suggest you look in your local newspaper and check out the crossword section.
    Here you will see exactly where Mr Malevich accessed his inspiration!

    Yours cryptically Mr Damage!

    – Brian Damage

    JUSTARTover 3 years ago

    fab :)

  • Thank you Sylvia. Thank God somebody is sober round here ;)

    – Brian Damage

  • Mel Harrison
    Mel Harrisonover 3 years ago

    Under The Influence I think…

  • Don’t you start!

    – Brian Damage

  • andytechie
    andytechieover 3 years ago

    Please enter our contest at The Tilt-Shift Photography Gallery

  • Thanks Andrew – done.

    – Brian Damage

  • Mattie Bryant
    Mattie Bryantover 3 years ago

    I see it is a total eclipse on your side of the word. I think all the planets must have aligned themselves perfectly to totally blackout the moon. Lol..fabulous shot.

  • Thanks Mattie – nice to have the planets on your side

    – Brian Damage

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    NatureGreeting...over 3 years ago

    Absolutly STUNNING Brian!!!! Soooo well done, its just too perfect for words to express, please pass me the whisky, my throat is kinda dry. Hilarious my friend, I am grinning from ear to ear. Thanks so the laugh, I needed it. You rock!

  • ;-)

    – Brian Damage

  • Lyn Evans
    Lyn Evansover 3 years ago

    Bahahhahahahhahahahha….love it ;-D

  • Thanks Lyn

    – Brian Damage

  • BobJohnson
    BobJohnsonover 3 years ago

    Excellent work Brian. I’ve seen any number of eclipse photos, this is with a doubt the best… Keep up the good work!!!!

  • Thanks Bob. Nice to meet someone who appreciates just how difficult it was to capture just at the right moment. Cheers Brian

    – Brian Damage

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