Peeping at the crimson eclipse

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I got to the dunes a little before sunset with clouds on the horizon.  Despite recent frosty mornings on the Bluecircle the Lake Michigan mosquitos were still around, although too sluggish to pose a real nuisance. The colors shifted to an Autumn blend as the blue water turned to copper.  A distant band of clouds threatened to obscure the partial solar eclipse entirely, but just at sundown patience was rewarded with a glimpse of the lunar shadow. IMG_1400

One comment on “Peeping at the crimson eclipse

  1. Peter Joseph says:

    Appreciate expediting the glorious sunset and godly rays pictures taken just yesterday evening. We were the couple who were a bit late to fully witness. But we met you in the car lot and you shared your camera images and your blog sight. Thanks again, -Pete and Anne

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