I’m not sure where in Missouri this was taken, but it was too overcast here in St. Louis to see the solar eclipse. We had some storms roll through on Sunday evening.
The best place to see the eclipse was across Asia and parts of the western United States. It was the first solar eclipse visible in North America in nearly 18 years.
The eclipse was casting some strange shadows.
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7 thoughts on “Eclipse Over Missouri”
Seems like lately there’s been a sharp increase in global eclipsing. Need more laws about something.
Very beautiful pictures. We were overcast here and I couldn’t see anything.
I saw the shadows and I almost took a picture and didn’t. Now I wish I had. I didn’t realize how special those shadows were.
On a side note, I’ve been waiting ALL DAY and I STILL haven’t developed any super powers. What gives?
The sun and moon were much higher in the sky in Missouri than what’s shown in the top pic.
I was surprised (read as ‘a tad skeptical’) when I saw that MO picture, but it’s what the source said.
We drove a couple hundred miles to view the total annular eclipse in northern CA. Totally worth it!
I believe those “shadows” are a result of the hundreds of pinholes in the leaves of a tree, hence why you have multiple eclipse images.
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