Blood Moon Violet
Blood Moon Violet. A feature like dust is added here for the stars and hosts of heaven. You don't do these things all the time. You forget. You forget how you got to where you were going. This is good enough for now. I prefer putting the dots onto a separate layer, and making them all colors. Maybe I should save this in a gallery of hosts of heaven. And next time, I can come back and at least review the technique. After you master the hosts of heaven, then, you feel like making galaxies.
I know I can artfully create what would be in the sky. Who is bothered by the fact that much of the things in the sky could be art renditions? It must be a career set. I expect people work for NASA, making representations of the sky, for the sake of promoting existing space exploration. Now, I did not capture the moon in the red phase, but a person can recreate the concept. You take a moon, darken it, add a bit of red. And you have more or less what your eye saw. Now, if a person shares with a client what their eye saw, is that good enough? I wonder. Were I to share with you 8 percent light, I bet most would not be that interested in seeing the shot. The red phase of the moon had 8 percent light here.