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Explore 17 Oct 14 #355

 

Cloud cover prevented any chance of last night's lunar eclipse but tonight's moon-rising and clouds provided just the right amount of cover to make a beautiful scene.

 

Canon T3i, f/3.5, ISO 400, 6 sec, 10mm

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All that you love and all that you hate... but the sun is eclipsed by the moon.

A combination of shots from various stages of the 2012 annular solar eclipse in Tokyo.

 

1/4 sec at f/5.6, ISO 100, 400 mm (EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM +2x III)

This was my last capture of the eclipsed moon before heading to bed ... taken a few minutes past midnight east coast time in the USA. This would have been about the mid point of total lunar eclipse.

 

Liked how the left bottom portion of the moon was taking on a brighter copper hue with the changing of the light diffusing through the Earth's shadow being cast ... this impressive to see. Just wish it would have been warmer and not 15 degrees F with 25 MPH winds. Made getting the captures quite the event to remember, but I would have liked to have captured more phases ... it was just too damn cold and windy to be out there for several hours.

 

Maybe next time it will be warmer :)

Total solar eclipse taken from Holloways Beach, Cairns QLD

 

A HD video of the eclipse, which I also recorded is on Youtube at youtu.be/Bv4C9sFkScg and a timelapse version with music is on Vimeo at vimeo.com/53558309

 

I also want to thank everyone for such an overwhelming response. I am truly honoured.

 

Esto es todo lo que nos ha dado tiempo a disfrutar del eclipse en Madrid justo antes de que el sol se ocultase entre los árboles. Solamente unos minutos de intensa emoción, pero ha merecido la pena

 

Thank you very much for your visits, faves, and kind comments

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Sometimes such passionate love doth in her rise,

Down from her beaten path she softly slips,

And with her mantle veils the Sun’s bold eyes,

Then in the gloaming finds her lover’s lips........

 

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Taken on Ippos

 

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DISORDERLY. / Overgrown Fountain @Eclipse

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NOMAD // POLLUTION@Eclipse

  

RO - Dr. Crowe - Ego the Crow

 

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" Now if you'll excuse me, I have an after-funeral party to attend. " - Derek Zoolander

 

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[noctis] closed pine casket

[noctis] 4 coffins

  

Credits

[...] It's only during an eclipse that the Man in the Moon has a place in the sun [...]

-- Quote by Unknown

 

Vatican City (March, 2008)

Attention: Incoming Lunar Eclipse!

 

We will have a total lunar eclipse this week on December 10, 2011 at around 5:45am MST (12:45 GMT), reaching totality at 7:05 am MST (14:00 GMT). Here in the mountain west, totality will occur right at sunrise and moonset... this is going to be an epic trio if you are in the right place (say looking at the moon in totality or near-totality setting over the mountains in sunrise twilight with a few stars around). I hope everyone gets a chance to see some of it!

 

For something a bit different, here's a lunar eclipse image without a moon from last year's event on Winter Solstice. The unique light of the eclipsed moon combined with city light pollution to create quite the surreal color palette, almost as if this image wasn't take on Earth. ;-)

It was actually pretty cool with periods of clouds passing by during the eclipse today just north of Baltimore City. Here it was getting close to 70% coverage when clouds started to pass by ... making the sun and moon looking like friction was causing the moon to catch fire and smoke up the scene :)

 

Around this time you could also start to sense the reduction in light, and the blue color in the sky and clouds made them all appear like you were looking through a CPL filter.

Carhenge, Alliance Nebraska

200mm w/ no solar filter, f/2.8, 1/250s, ISO200, single exposure, levels in PS

We had some cloud cover here to fight through and only got 75% coverage. Thought I'd give it a shot.

 

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Comodoro Rivadavia 11-07-10 17:30 hs

This photo sequence was taken on the day of the Solar Eclipse at the shore of Greenland Sea near Longyearbyen Airport in Spitsbergen, Norway. I took the solar disk photos in every 15 minutes from sunrise to sunset with the help of a Baader AstroSolar filter. The 360 degrees foreground was captured on the first minute of the totality. The final result was created by applying a Little Planet effect to the image.

  

Photo details:

2015.03.20. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway

Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Samyang EF 8/3.5

  

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Foto tomada con camara digital compacta kodak easyshare de 4 megapixeles y optico 3x.

Se la dedico a la Madre Tierra y a su inseparable Satélite que la sigue a todas partes como una hija a su madre.

20 de Febrero 2008...

 

sip, un maravilloso momento... la compañía también se agradece.. el cigarro y las risas..

ISO 100, F20, hand held external flash; clear water with patterned paper behind (wrapping from a Terry's Chocolate Orange!) The lighting is all wrong but best of the latest bunch - must give this more time over Christmas!

Eclipse February 2008... or did that missile miss shooting down that spy satellite!

 

God made two great lights--the greater to govern the day and the lesser light to govern the night."... And God said "Mmmmm, that was good."

 

Larger On Black

 

Made Explore #1! Thanks for enjoying!

First stage of the eclipse =)

Eclipse da Lua em 15.04.2014. Foto tirada às 06:00hs, da janela do quarto de minha filha, quando nos preparávamos para levá-la ao colégio.

"All that you touch

All that you see

All that you taste

All you feel

All that you love

All that you hate

All you distrust

All you save

All that you give

All that you deal

All that you buy

Beg, borrow or steal

All you create

All you destroy

All that you do

All that you say

All that you eat

And everyone you meet

All that you slight

And everyone you fight

All that is now

All that is gone

All that's to come

and everything under the sun is in tune

but the sun is eclipsed by the moon"

 

Pink Floyd

The Dark Side Of The Moon, 1973

 

J'ai profité des nuages pour prendre cette photo. Et je n'ai pas regardé dans le viseur. Après il n'y a pas eu d'autres nuages , le ciel était très clair.

San Francisco, CA

Eclipse es un viaje hacía la luz y la ternura. Sabemos que los afectos y el cariño pueden acabar hiriéndonos profundamente, cuanto más intensos y verdaderos sean, porque al dar amor, también, creamos monstruos. Podemos ser nosotros mismos el monstruo, como una reacción al amor recibido. Aún así, creemos que hay que exponerse y no temer a las heridas, no tenerle miedo al monstruo. Solo atravesándonos descubrimos nuestra verdadera naturaleza, el premio del viaje de la vida, el triunfo ante una revelación.

Happy hunting on Jan. 20/21 for the lunar eclipse!

 

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lunar eclipse in oxford, consecutive shots at 300mm/f8

Composite of the lunar eclipse of March 3, 2007.

Taken from the first minute the moon started to exit the Earth's umbra, then at 5 minute intervals

Took in the eclipse experience in the Carbondale, Ill area. Went a little south into the Giant City State Park.

 

{Note: for some reason, incorrect EXIF data has loaded with this photo; was actually taken with Sony 70-200mm f4, 1/500. ISO 100.]

Here's a composite shot summarizing the eclipse from 4:15 to 6:50 am. Hope you like it!

Eclipse Lunar

Para um eclipse lunar ocorrer, Sol, Terra e Lua devem ficar alinhados, nesta ordem.

Brasília, Brasil

The awesome, and amazing (but sometimes annoying) Trouble Dethly asked me to do 'Through the Lens' this month for his magazine, Eclipse. This is just one of the shots that I did - but if you want to see the rest as well as get a list of credits for the items that I used, then check out his magazine here --> issuu.com/eclipsemagazinesl/docs/eclipse_magazine_march_2018

 

The whole magazine is pretty awesome c:

This morning's lunar eclipse. I wanted to shoot at stonehenge in the gorge, so I headed out early in case the weather was bad. Sure enough, it was cloudy from Hood River to The Dalles. I heard it was too windy at Crown Pt from Ben and Darren, who had just left, but I decided to stay anyway. I used a second exposure for the moon. Same everything except the shutter speed was 6 seconds for the moon.

 

I shot these in my front yard in the Seattle area. We were north of the region of totality but it was still fun to see and to shoot. It was nice to sit on a stool drinking coffee and click off a shot every so often without contending with traffic and crowds. I was using a Lee Eclipse filter.

 

I picked a few of my shots and compiled them. In my view of it, the sun continued it's rise in the sky throughout the eclipse process with the smallest sliver taken at about 10:20 AM. It appeared that the moon made an arch over the sun. Thus the location of the "bite" seemed to twist around. Very interesting to see.

I finally managed some time to get through all of the images I took of the total lunar eclipse and put them together. Here it is, from near Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, from start to finish.

  

Higher Res available to view on my webpage: www.eprisephoto.com/solarsystem/h2155C01

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