First, I just want to say that I was left speechless by the sight of totality. I don't think there's a photographer alive that could capture totality the way it looks (and feels) live. The best way I can describe it is "Insanely Beautiful".
My plan was to shoot a timelapse (which may or may not have turned out - I haven't checked) with one camera, and to shoot a sequence of partiality both before and after totality. However, after totality, I found myself just sitting in my chair, just amazed by the experience. I truly didn't care about partial eclipse photos after that. After a while, I spent my time talking with others who had watched. Made some friends today from across the country.
I was worried that I had gotten so caught up by the hype that I might be let down by totality. Instead, it was even better than I had hoped.
Anyway, here ya go...
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