A scanned photo of a lunar eclipse found in an envelope marked June 1994. Most likely the May 25, 1994 eclipse.
I’m not sure, but I think the bright splotch near the bottom is actually the moon, and the clear image of the moon up near the top is a reflection inside the camera. I have no idea whether the ring is an atmospheric phenomenon that got picked up on the film (can the moon produce a parhelic circle? Or parlunic, I guess?), or another lens artifact.
Photo: Eclipse Ring on Flickr.