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Sunday night’s clear skies offered a rare and spectacular view of the super blood wolf moon eclipse.

As the sun dipped below the horizon and painted the sky a dozen different shades of red, the moon soaked in the rays before slipping behind the shadow of the Earth.

People across the island revelled in a moment that won’t occur again until 2022.

If you didn’t have a chance to catch it, or just want to see a gorgeous collection of Victorians’ views of the night, here are 19 photos of last night’s Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse.

Last night in Central Saanich.

Posted by Janet Wright on Monday, January 21, 2019

Posted by Kelsey Lageri on Monday, January 21, 2019

Photos taken last night in Cordova Bay! Pictures by Doug Heinekey

Posted by Kat Hiebs on Monday, January 21, 2019

Red Moon Rising @ Esquimalt Lagoon Jennifer Callioux Photography 💫

Posted by Jennifer Callioux on Monday, January 21, 2019

Super Blood Wolf Moon

Posted by Bruce Sharock on Monday, January 21, 2019

Different stages of the Total Lunar Eclipse in North Saanich, BC. Conan Chee Photography

Posted by Conan Chee on Monday, January 21, 2019

Posted by Todd Healy on Sunday, January 20, 2019

 

Tonight’s eclipse ✨ Photo by Kove Photography

Posted by Victoria Buzz on Sunday, January 20, 2019

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“Super Blood Wolf Moon.” I did something similar with the solar eclipse that occurred before, but I’m stoked on how this came out. Shot this from my balcony! Who else watched the lunar eclipse tonight? . . . . #superbloodwolfmoon #pmwintergridchallenge #lunareclipse2019  #victoriahype #shotoncanon #victoriabuzz #DepthObsessed #TheIMAGED #moodygrams #CreateCommune #HuffgramPost #ArtofVisuals #HeaterCentral #The_Artysts #iLLgrammers #CityKillerz #BeautifulDestinations #earthoutdoors #wethepvblic #hypebeast #landscapestyles_gf #landscape_specialist #prismphotocontest #fatalframes #trapping_tones #ig_podium #splendid_earth #agameoftones @canoncanada @tourismvictoriabc @victoria_buzz @victoriahype @the_folknature @adobe

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Moon rising over Campbell River 🌝 Photo by Ryan Dawson

Posted by Vancouver Island Buzz on Sunday, January 20, 2019

Last night's blood moon, taken nearby Island View Beach. Nick Boyle Photography

Posted by Nick Boyle on Monday, January 21, 2019