I noticed the full moon was so bright that I could see my shadow. I looked up and saw the clouds moving at a fast pace. I wanted to capture the moving clouds during time lapse; I set up the GoPro camera to take a photo every 20 seconds and left it outside for 15 minutes. I hadn’t a clue that I would capture the rare full moon lunar eclipse. I didn’t even know there was going to be an eclipse that night. When I looked at the images after, I realized my timing was perfect and caught the rare full moon eclipse.