Sunrise Solar Eclipse

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  1. Colin Haig

    Colin Haig Staff Member

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    A few shots of the June 10th, 2021 partial solar eclipse - straight out of camera, only processing was cropping/DPI change.

    Right at sunrise, 5:39am on the western shore of Lake Ontario. The first horn of the eclipse is visible.
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    The solar disk arrives above the low clouds on the horizon. Several birds flew over as witness to the spectacle.
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    As the sun and moon climb, the separation widens:
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    By 6:14 am, the pair are climbing high over the lake. Thin cloud gives a halo effect.
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    Nearing the final moments at 6:35, the moon is still easily visible. The Hoya ND100,000 filter and HDR made it possible to capture the brilliant sun and clouds. _IMG1466.jpg

    At 6:37, the moon is gently kissing the sun goodbye - coverage is barely perceptible. Moments later, it's gone. HaigEclipseEnd20210610.jpg

    Great start to the day!
     
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  2. Tim Povlick

    Tim Povlick Cyanogen Customer

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    Thanks for sharing and being up Early Colin. The second one is my favorite - wonderful.

    Tim
     
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