2017 Solar Eclipse Discoveries and Pics

 


Because of a recent creative spark I thought I’d jump in and write again today, its been awhile. I found out last minute the other day that we were going to have an eclipse so I grabbed my camera after work and did the best I could.Β  In Michigan we didn’t have the total eclipse and we had cloudy skies, but I still thought it was pretty amazing to see.

 


 

When I first got outside my camera fogged up from the humidity. I took a picture anyways and I thought it turned out kind of cool.

 


 

My camera had a hard time balancing the brightness of the sun, but some shots really made the clouds look stunning.

 


 

The only time I could get a good shot was when a certain thickness of clouds passed in front. So I guess I’m grateful to have had clouds where we were, lol. I chose the above picture to share because it had a feeling of yin and yang… with the moon symbolizing yin and the sun symbolizing yang energy, I thought it fit πŸ˜‰ .

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Out of all the pictures I took the top shot was my favorite and it was completely unexpected, but this last one was a close second because I had discovered something different. While walking back in after what I thought was the end of my adventure with the eclipse, I looked down and saw half moon rays dancing upon the ground. The circle rays that have struck a cord with me in the past were now crescents. I didn’t think this was possible before, but nature continues to reveal and share more parts of itself that I previously did not know πŸ˜‰ I’m just glad I happened to be aware of it that day.

 

***Just a Note~ I plan on coming back to the blog regularly each week. I’ll share what has been going on and get back to my photography and writing. I think Thursdays work best for me, so I’ll see you all next week!

~Mandi

 

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