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Tiny Planet Second Attempt

Another attempt at a “Tiny Planet” photo. I put the camera a bit higher in hopes of getting a better view of the wetland. I also combed my hair and put on a real shirt.

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“Tiny Planet” Jack out standing in his field, surrounded by Marsh Marigolds

This is a “little planet” photo. It is my first attempt at one. They make 360 degree cameras that can capture a 360 degree panorama with 2 fisheye lenses. You can do a variety of things with them including fun … Continue reading

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Eclipse 2017 Sunspots visible during early phase of eclipse

This was taken with a solar filter on the lens.    It allowed me to get the early phases of the eclipse.   You can see some sunspots on the surface of the Sun.     According to wikipedia, “Sunspots … Continue reading

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Eclipse 2017 with solar eruptive prominences.

According to NASA, A solar eruptive prominence is a filament of plasma comprised of electrically charged hydrogen and helium. I processed this image by dialing down the white flare and bumping up the saturation on the prominences. Eclipse images may … Continue reading

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Eclipse 2017 video from phantom 4

This video basically shows our house during the eclipse as seen from the air.  We set up on the pool deck to watch and enjoy the eclipse.    I was taking pictures with a couple of camera from the corner … Continue reading

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More Eclipse Images

Three more images.    Big bloom, then a red glow as the sun starts peeking out from behind the moon and finally a big sun flare as the sun starts to come back in its full glory.    The middle … Continue reading

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Totality Eclipse 2017

Wow! I took the day off to see the eclipse.     George Kopp helped me get some photos and video.   The totality was really magical.    It will probably take me a few days to sort through my … Continue reading

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