I shot the first moon at the top of the photo at 3:58 am, and I shot the last moon disappearing behind the tree at 6:47 am. By 6:48 am, the moon had slipped behind the clouds on the horizon and was no longer visible. The moonshots between the first and last moonshots were taken approximately 16 minutes apart. As the dawn started to creep in, the red-orange color of the blood moon changed to a purplish pink color before it got swallowed up by the cold blue sky and clouds on the horizon. The temperature was 18º F for this early morning photo shoot of the super blue blood moon.