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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by lazylegs, Aug 21, 2017.

  1. lazylegs

    lazylegs Moderator

    Was anyone able to see the eclipse? We had too much fog and fire smoke from north of us to see it. Fortunately the tv broadcasts had amazing video as it moved from one area of North America to the other.
  2. Jessica1

    Jessica1 Moderator

    I was sent a photo of my goddaughters looking at the eclipse, they live in Puerto Rico. I don't know how much they saw though so not much help there, sorry.
  3. keebler

    keebler Moderator

    It was cloudy and rainy here. It did get a bit dark but like I said rain and clouds is all we saw.
  4. VeeJay

    VeeJay Member

    We live just outside of the total eclipse path. It was off and on cloudy here, but they parted before the eclipse started so we were able to see most of it until the very last moment when the clouds came back.

    One thing that was very interesting to me was the light and shadow coming through the leaves - hundreds of crescent shaped dapples on our driveway. Never saw anything like this before.
  5. lazylegs

    lazylegs Moderator

    Our coverage was only 75% to begin with. It did get darker but not by much. I would have loved to see the crescent shaped dapples.
  6. VeeJay

    VeeJay Member

    Here's a picture.

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  7. lazylegs

    lazylegs Moderator

    They almost look like clouds on the sidewalk. Very interesting indeed.

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