This week's reader's photo was supplied by Andrew Warner. He took this photo of the moon last Friday night. The moon turned red in a near-total lunar eclipse and it was said to be the longest partial lunar eclipse that is fully visible from Aotearoa in more than 800 years. It was reported that the moon's face was 97 per cent covered by the deepest part of the Earth's shadow, turning the lunar surface briefly red. If you have a reader's photo you'd like to share, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.