|Information sur la photo|
|Copyright: Jimmy Blackwell (jimmyjimmy)
|Date de prise de vue: 2017-08-21|
|Appareil photographique: Canon EOS 70D, Tamron SP 70-300 4.0-5.6 VC|
|Exposition: f/40.0, 1/800 secondes|
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|Versions: version originale|
|Date de soumission: 2017-08-23 6:40|
|[Ligne directrice - Note] Note du photographe|
|A look at the eclipse without filters. The Tamron lens provided a unique lens flare|
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The total eclipse started in Oregon and moved across the country through South Carolina. I was in Tennessee for this event. I experienced the full and total eclipse. Full eclipse was at 1433 hrs eastern time. Lasted a minute and 45 seconds. A very unique experience. I did not get an image of the full eclipse with the corona due to the clouds.
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Well done Jimmy on this interesting capture.
This was almost a unique event and what a pity that you do not provide us with more information. For example, was it semi or totally dark and what was the duration of the eclipse? What time did it start and how did it affect the normal functioning of society in that part of the world? Etc.
Thank you for this interesting contribution.
power cut of the planet by the solar system.... our main energy supplies is SUN and it will be for ever and ever
a great demonstration! well done JIMMY BLACKWELL
A nice image with such impressive colors.