COMMUNITY Newspaper Group photographer Andrew Ritchie captured Saturday’s partial lunar eclipse from his balcony in Alfred Cove.
He wanted to show people what the eclipse looked like from start to finish.
The first photo was snapped about 6pm and the last one was taken about 8pm.
It was the second lunar eclipse of the year.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes behind the earth, blocking the sun’s rays from striking the moon.
This can occur only when the sun, earth and moon are aligned exactly, or very closely so, with the earth in the middle.