The Great American Eclipse of 2017, as seen from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee (a.k.a. my version of the eclipse composite).
Waxing Gibbous Moon (97.4% full):
I know this is a pretty plain, uneventful photo, but nonetheless I feel compelled to give a shout-out to the fine folks at PhotoPills. PhotoPills is one hell of an app—most photographers use it to create stunning astronomical photos, but I’m just getting started with the app, so it’s enough that it let me know when the Moon would appear on the back side of my house where I’m shielded from street lights… Thanks!
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