How many times have you seen something unusual or amazing and wish you had a camera with you? A little over a week ago, as we were driving over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel early in the morning, I was hoping to capture a picture of the sunrise. I looked off to my right to get a glimpse of that golden orb as it made its appearance at the horizon, but the clouds were too thick to see anything. Disappointed, I happened to look to my left and was startled by the red ball above the line of the bay.
“What’s the sun doing over there?” I asked my husband. “It’s on the wrong side!”
“That’s not the sun. It’s the moon, and it’s incredible!” remarked my husband.
We pulled over at the parking lot that surrounds the tunnel, and I took out my camera and walked to the pier to get a picture. Unfortunately, the wind was so strong, I couldn’t get anything worth keeping. My husband got out of the car and tried, resting the camera on the railing. His pictures weren’t much better, but I wanted to show you anyway, because it was an amazing sight. These pictures don’t do it justice.