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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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This page fetures images that I made of the great American solar eclipse of 2017. These photographs were made in Clarksville, Tennessee in the path of totality.
The wide panorama above is a combination of images of the sun from before the eclipse began to totality, showing the eclipse as the moon increased its occultation of the sun.
The image titled "Slipping Into Totality" was the next to last photograph that I made before totality began. Both the image taken before and after this one were a simple white sliver on the lower left side of the moon's shadow covering most of the sun. I believe that the faint sliver opposite that in this image is a reflection in the optics of the camera lens. The bright flare might be an unusually captured version of the "Diamond Ring Effect".
Read more about the day of the eclipse at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography blog.
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