solar eclipse

scalpel_ninja

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Taken with an iPhone through eclipse glasses.
 

letschat7

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Well I was viewing it partially obstructed after a customer gave me a pair of glasses but then a group of girls showed up also to view the eclipse so I talked to them instead.
 

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PhotonWrangler

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It was impressive how suddenly it got dark, then light again. It also got chilly. And it was interesting to see how the color temperature of the daylight, which normally turns a golden yellow towards sunset, didn't change as it got dark. It made for a strange looking, almost silvery "twilight." And as soon as it got dark, the seagulls suddenly started screeching and circling.

The 360 degree sunset was also pretty cool.

Overall it was an amazing experience.
 

nbp

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Super cool pictures! We had blue skies but only 90% eclipse coverage here in SE Wisconsin. Still very cool to watch the sun turn to a sliver through the glasses.
 

raggie33

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Godi hope she was justbtrying to see the sun by getting a better view and a hill or trees was in her way
 
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