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Oh my! I cannot begin to describe what an extraordinary event this was. It was three years ago when I first learned the eclipse was coming and my... more
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Oh my! I cannot begin to describe what an extraordinary event this was. It was three years ago when I first learned the eclipse was coming and my brother and I planned from then. Our chosen location in southeastern Wyoming just west of Lingle proved to be pretty much perfect. It was away from the hoards of people and skies were absolutely clear. This image is of various phases of the eclipse as it progressed from start to finish.
My name is Tony and I am a Denver native, a proud veteran of the United States Navy, an IT manager, a weather geek and of course a photographer. My interest in photography started in high school and was spurred on by my parents generously giving me my first SLR for Christmas one year. That Canon AE-1 Program took an awful lot of pictures as I dabbled in my then-new hobby. Since then, a camera has never been far from my side. A Canon EOS 620 accompanied me to the Persian Gulf and many other locations domestic and abroad when I was in the military. That was followed by an EOS 20D, a Rebel T2i, a 60D then a 70D, a 7D Mark II, 60D Mark II, 5D Mark IV and now two EOS R5s. Those cameras have captured the roar of military aircraft taking...
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