Tuesday, May 22, 2012


Sunday I took my family and some friends up the mountainside for an unobstructed view (except for clouds) of the solar eclipse. I had wanted to go a bit further south to see the actual ring of fire, but circumstances being what they are, settled for this. It was great anyway.

I've posted some images I made of the event, and programmed the total eclipse of 2017 into my Outlook calendar. I'm thinking Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho would be a very appropriate location to watch it.

Heavenly Bodies

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