Gherkin lunar eclipse

On the day of the last lunar eclipse for two years, we witnessed a magical series. First we saw the giant full moon rising from the Thames beach, the river reflecting its strong light and that of Saint’ Paul’s. Then, a few minutes later, the moon was eclipsed by the Gerkhin, visible through its transparent dome.
Exceptional.

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