The Dark Side of the Moon
Well I'm very late to the game on this post so I apologize, about 10 days late to be exact. Which would make the timeliness of this rather irrelevant, but I wanted to make a post about it anyway. August 21, 2017, a nearly once in a lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, I had to work the day of the eclipse so my day went a little like this: Work at 6;30am. Serving customers starting at 6;45am. Serving a never-ending stream of people all the way up until about 1:30pm when the place suddenly cleared out and all of my coworkers and I were able to view the eclipse. We patiently waiting, glasses in hand. I had not been able to purchase a filter so I only intended on photographing those watching, not the actual eclipse. However, a man with some interesting galvanized glass lent me a piece to photograph for a second. Here are the images I came out with.
A cloud covered the eclipse right at the moment of totality here in Nashville, which was disappointing to say the least. We were unable to experience the white ring and the lightshow on the ground. However, we did get to spend the special day with new and old friends so I'll count that as a good experience non-the-less. Eclipse 2017 in Nashville, TN.
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