|Lunar eclipse rises above Glacier's Garden Wall, photographed at a 4-minute interval|
In this interval photograph, I photographed the moon every 4-minutes after it rose above the Garden Wall. The moon moves out of Earth's shadow while clipping Mount Oberlin, then returns to a fully sunlit moon shining above Clements Mountain. In the bottom left, you can see horizontal headlights (white) and taillights (red) of cars driving along the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Also in the foreground, orange cottonwood leaves were lit by a passing car in the valley floor about one-quarter mile away from my camera location.