Solar Eclipse
Taken by Christine Melody Andersen on April 15, 2018 @ Glen Innes, NSW AUSTRALIA
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  Camera Used: SONY DSC-HX5V
Exposure Time: 10/300
Aperture: f/3.5
ISO: 400
Date Taken: 2018:04:15 16:51:51
 
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Over 10 minutes the rainbows of the sun on my wall started to disappear. I ran to get my camera. When I returned in 30 seconds, it was eclipsed. Then the image changed shape. See fro yourself. All taken standing still in my hallway. The last photo was taken with a different exposure to show the green colours I could see with my eyes that the camera was not showing...
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Ive completely had it with you idiots posting random ass photos saying its stuff like Aoraras (when its clouds), planets (when its lens flares), and now again simple prismatic light distortions, as being solar eclipses.

THIS is a solar eclipse: http://www.skyandtelescope.com/2017-total-solar-eclipse/what-to-look-for-when-total-solar-eclipse/

How could possibly mistaken some rainbow light on your wall for a f*cking solar eclipse! Have none of you guys ever heard from basic stuff like lens flares, or what a prism is?
Posted by MaxMallon 2018-04-15 07:46:33
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