Eclipse fever in Jackson Hole
Eclipse Fever grips Jackson, Wyoming.
Eclipse preparations in Grand Teton
Eclipse signage at one of the Grand Tetons NP Visitor Centers.
The partial eclipse phase between contacts 1 and 2. A line of sunspots in the center of the solar disk were eventually covered by the moon.
The corona—the sun’s atmosphere—during totality.
The solar disk at 1/4000 shutter speed. Solar prominences are visible on the right side of the sun.
A close-up of the solar prominences.
Eclipse-themed car art
Some creative car art for the eclipse.
BBQ meal at Grand Teton
Enjoying a hearty meal at Dornans Chuckwagon-Grill. This picture was the Instagram picture that helped secure a reservation near the center of the eclipse track.
Rising early for the eclipse
The author setting out at 3 a.m. for Grand Teton National Park.
Prepping for the eclipse
The author setting up his camera
Capturing the partial eclipse
Fellow eclipse chasers at Dornan’s
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