22 thoughts on “Eclipse

    • Thanks, Anne. Luckily there was a bit of cloud cover, so I could capture it while it was veiled by the passing clouds. Looking back at my 2015 photographs, I think I must have used a dense infrared filter that time.

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  1. Great photographs ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ“ธ
    Sadly it was too cloudy in Sheffield. Of the set I think my favourite is the last one.
    Best wishesโ€ฆโ˜ฏ๏ธโ˜ฎ๏ธ๐Ÿ•‰๐ŸŒ€๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽต

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    • Thank you, Mr C. Pity you didn’t see it – always disappointing when the weather gods don’t play ball. I couldn’t decide whether to use the first or the final shot as the header image. I went with my final choice as that one gives me slightly more of a feeling of my mind wanting to fill in the missing circle of the moon.

      As an aside, the two with silhouettes don’t display as well as the originals – it’s a bit disappointing how WordPress can mangle the image quality when certain photos are uploaded. But, oh well…

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      • Like you my choice would have been the first or last.
        My current gripe with wordpress is that the lower half of the editor turns black if I add more than one image!!! It means I can still upload images but it’s a poor experience and of course unless I highlight the text I cannot see anything I type! I don’t have the energy to hit the forums. I had a quick look and a couple of people mention it but nothing was resolved.
        Generally the experience on WordPress has got worse rather than better. Two photo bloggers I follow have recently decided to migrate elsewhere.
        I’m not on facebook, instagram or flickr so I will stick with WordPress but it’s disheartening how the experience generally has gone downhill.
        Enough of my grumpy moaning.
        I hope you are able to enjoy the forecast nice weather and have a great weekend… ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Beautiful work, Graham, So many eclipse photos eliminate those mysteriously translucent clouds. I suppose you didn’t have a choice but you also decided to make the sky around the sun even more important than the sun. Such beautiful compositions!

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  3. What fabulous photos, Graham. I didn’t get to see anything here in Wrexham. Too many clouds. But these photos are really clear, clouds and all. Brilliant!!

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