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Aug 25, 2017 12:43 |  #181

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circle as in right at the edge of the moon or pushed out as in corona? I did not notice anything like that but am curious.

Outwards extending about 1/3rd the diameter. Seems like it was right at the moment of totality. Like a CGI fire animation graphic encircling and probably splitting light into various wave lengths.


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Aug 25, 2017 14:27 |  #182

Old school... ;-)a


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Aug 25, 2017 16:40 as a reply to  @ post 18436124 |  #183

Best one I've seen.


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Aug 25, 2017 16:43 |  #184

Here is my offering. Started in Alliance, NE for the day, but saw the chance of clouds dropped off rapidly so hoofed it 40 miles NW over by Hemingford.

I'm still figuring out how to process these. The lens info is in error. I had a tamron 500mm 55BB.


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Aug 25, 2017 16:46 |  #185

One more, my artistic take on it:

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Aug 25, 2017 17:39 as a reply to  @ ksbal's post |  #186

That's a great composite you have there !




  
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Aug 25, 2017 18:00 as a reply to  @ Celestron's post |  #187

Thank you Celestron, aside from some other moon and sun practice pictures, it was a first for me, Onward to 2024!


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Aug 25, 2017 18:04 |  #188

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... Onward to 2024!

And 2024 is coming to me, no travel required. I'm well within the path of totality. I think for 2024 I'm going to concentrate on the landscapes and not so much on the sun. Looking at all the fantastic pictures here, it kind of dawns on me, they are all the same. :)


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Aug 25, 2017 18:07 as a reply to  @ gjl711's post |  #189

Is it earlier or later in the day? This one was about as high in the sky as it could get.


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Aug 25, 2017 18:32 |  #190

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And 2024 is coming to me, no travel required. I'm well within the path of totality. I think for 2024 I'm going to concentrate on the landscapes and not so much on the sun. Looking at all the fantastic pictures here, it kind of dawns on me, they are all the same. :)

For me, it was the challenge of getting the shots into and out of totality. I did a lot of research, planning, and practice to prepare for something I had never seen, let alone photographed. I'm happy to say that my work paid off, and I got all the shots I had hoped to get.

That said, I've now done it. If I go to the 2024 eclipse, I plan to take nothing more than my wife, our dog, a comfortable chair, and perhaps a bottle of wine. :-)


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Aug 25, 2017 18:58 |  #191

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For me, it was the challenge of getting the shots into and out of totality. I did a lot of research, planning, and practice to prepare for something I had never seen, let alone photographed. I'm happy to say that my work paid off, and I got all the shots I had hoped to get.

That said, I've now done it. If I go to the 2024 eclipse, I plan to take nothing more than my wife, our dog, a comfortable chair, and perhaps a bottle of wine. :-)

Same here. I thought it would be more challenging but it was pretty straight forward. Glancing through all the shots, my favorites are jcothron's landscape in post 129 and Colorado CJ's landscape in post 138. Those I think really captured the moment.


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Aug 25, 2017 20:29 |  #192

This would be my favorite photo. It's my daughter's family. She's the slightly blurry one on the left along with her husband and their three daughters. She barely got in position before the self-timer went off on her 70D.

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Aug 25, 2017 22:52 |  #193

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This would be my favorite photo. It's my daughter's family. She's the slightly blurry one on the left along with her husband and their three daughters. She barely got in position before the self-timer went off on her 70D.

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I have to say this is most excellent. This captures, to me, what it must have been like being there and experiencing totality. (I have not seen totality, yet)


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Aug 25, 2017 23:56 |  #194

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Here is my offering. Started in Alliance, NE for the day, but saw the chance of clouds dropped off rapidly so hoofed it 40 miles NW over by Hemingford.

Really? What site were you at? I was in Hemmingford too, at the Box Butte Fairgrounds from Sunday morning until Tuesday morning. I actually talked with someone there with a black long Tamron lens, a 7D2 maybe a TC. I wonder if that was you?

I just ordered the Hemmingford eclipse shirt this morning by phone. Monday afternoon I stopped in Raben's Food store and one of the employees was wearing one; something they didn't exactly make known to the eclipsers, it seems. I can get you the info if you'd like for one of those. The last order is going in on or by Sept 1st.


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Aug 25, 2017 23:57 as a reply to  @ battletone's post |  #195

I believe it is mid afternoon.


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