Phases of the Eclipse

Though the totality of the solar eclipse was a mere  2 minutes and 42 seconds, we planted our feet in the soil of Hopkinsville, Kentucky for a little over nine hours.  And while I spent that time shooting the breeze with fellow pilgrims and reading an all consuming paperback under the shade of  the rear door of my beloved Jeep Cherokee while sipping on refreshing bottles of ice cold water, Kurt was happily embarking on the tedious task of capturing the phases of the 2017 Eclipse.

It is my humble opinion that he did quite a remarkable job!

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