Total Solar Eclipse
Taken by Frank Lach on August 21, 2017 @ Nashville, TN
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Just adding another perspective of this awesome event ... my first totality. I took these northeast of Nashville, TN and the advancing stratocumulus deck. Temperature dropped a few degrees and the circadas quieted during totality. The cheers from onlookers (some from nearby, others from as far as Japan) resembled a home team scoring. Within a minute of the suns return, the cicadas started up and the birds performed their morning songs. Basic equipment used here: Eos T5 with 300mm at f5.4 iso200 1/3200, 1/20, 1/400. Cant wait for the next one!
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