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Old 01-20-2019, 09:25 PM   #80431
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Hey, Q! Wakey, waaakey! Oh, yer all out watching, are ya? Having too much fun at the fire?
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:26 PM   #80432
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Can't tell, skies are full of clouds
Sorry, Carl. Wish you were here!
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:35 PM   #80433
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Spectacular here! Red glow is perfect.
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:42 PM   #80434
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Spectacular here! Red glow is perfect.
Looks pink in my pics, but variegated to my eyes.
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:13 PM   #80435
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Looks like its completely overcast here, cant see moon, stars or anything up there.
For some reason, the last post shows up as yesterday 11:42PM but my clock says 10:12. Something screwy? Let's see when it says this post is.
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:15 PM   #80436
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Ah, there's the problem, says I posted at today at 12:13 AM. IRV2 must be on Eastern time...
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:48 PM   #80437
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Ah, there's the problem, says I posted at today at 12:13 AM. IRV2 must be on Eastern time...
Hiya, Dave! It's 11:50 here ... CST.
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Old 01-20-2019, 11:22 PM   #80438
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The Skies Cleared!

I was able to get a few shots in...here's one of them...click on it to see a bigger version.
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I was able to get a few shots in...here's one of them...click on it to see a bigger version.
Well done, you!
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Hi Muteys!
Great shot Carl! I saw it at the point and up to the point of what your photo shows. But, it's cold enough here to split a tree trunk.....so I didn't stay out to see the rest.
Did you get any more shots of the rest of the show?
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I was able to get a few shots in...here's one of them...click on it to see a bigger version.
I peeked out as it was beginning to show a crescent of itself again. Wonderful contrast. No pics.
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Couple of days ago we had a pretty thick fog. That evening I knew there was a eclipse coming up but wasn't sure just when. Driving down the road I spotted the spherical glow shinning through the fog. Driving closer it was becoming clearer. Finally I could read the writing on the sphere. It said Burger King! I knew those Whoppers were out of this world.

Morning Muties! We retired to the bed after it reached full eclipse. Phone pictures not good. Carl great picture!
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Hi Muteys!
Great shot Carl! I saw it at the point and up to the point of what your photo shows. But, it's cold enough here to split a tree trunk.....so I didn't stay out to see the rest.
Did you get any more shots of the rest of the show?
I was demotivated earlier on with the clouds. I just happened to be up later and peeked outside and saw the clouds mostly cleared up. Went out for a bit taking some hand-held shots, very tricky with the dang moon straight up in the sky. Went in and got the tripod which also proved challenging with the straight up, 90 degree shots. Took maybe 30 shots or so, the one I posted seemed the clearest (at least it was last night LOL). That's straight out of the camera with only cropping to make it bigger.
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Couple of days ago we had a pretty thick fog. That evening I knew there was a eclipse coming up but wasn't sure just when. Driving down the road I spotted the spherical glow shinning through the fog. Driving closer it was becoming clearer. Finally I could read the writing on the sphere. It said Burger King! I knew those Whoppers were out of this world.

Morning Muties! We retired to the bed after it reached full eclipse. Phone pictures not good. Carl great picture!
Yep, I have mistaken the Burger King sign for the full moon several times.
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