The path of the eclipse across the US gave rise to hundreds, even thousands of memorable photographs. It seemed like a visceral experience as I watched the coverage on television. At the moment of near total darkness, the crowds oohed and awed. Gary O from Amery posted the top photo on Facebook. The bottom NASA picture was posted by Mary M, and the crank photo at the bottom came from my son-in-law Todd.
And this one a few years ago from the FLAT EARTH Society.
4 Replies to “The Beauty of the Eclipse”
Man you are so good at this I love it I crave this daily dose thank you
Julie, I replied a few minutes ago but it disappeared. Anyway, thanks so much for the kind words. I only post what I’d want to read if I were in your spot. Having fun and joking a little is important, but there’s more to it than that. So far I’ve been pretty regular about posting each day, though I missed a day or two when I was away from home or when, i’ll admit, the results and hits were not coming in so well. Now the numbers seem to be up, and in running an analytical program find out that not just people from the US are opening it up. US is first, then Russia, France, Brazil, Japan, Canada, Bangledesh, and Thailand from Tuesday’s results. I wouldn’t have thought it would be that widespread. I’ve just got to convince people, or try to do as you do, to open it each day or two. Watch for your name, Julie. Thanks for writing.
Thanks for posting my photo of the eclipse! I feel now that I have made your blog, I’m famous, I’m published! when do I get my commission? 🙂
Gary, check is in the mail. Or i could line you up with an investment of people who are meeting down the street from you at the Pizzeria. The all you can eat concept of weighing people before and after they eat. The photo you snapped is as good as most of the others I’ve seen of the eclipse, nice job. Will talk to ou when I see you, I was thinking of getting a 300 mm lens, but I’m not sure if I’d use it that much. Thanks for posting a comment, will see you the week of FF.