The Easter long weekend was clear and cold for the most part, which gave me a chance to get some nice night photographs.
This scene is actually early in the morning – just before 7:00am EDT on April 04th, 2015. The moon is setting in the west about halfway through a total eclipse. The moon was well below the horizon during the total eclipse.
The International Space Station over Porcupine Lake as seen from Bannerman park around 9:45pm EDT on April 05th, 2015. If you want to know when the ISS is flying over your community, you can go to this website from NASA http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/, and sign up for email alerts (free). Some nights the ISS can fly overhead up to four times.