Home / Articles / 10+ Of The Best Shots Of The 2017 Solar Eclipse

10+ Of The Best Shots Of The 2017 Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21, 2017, millions of people were staring at the same thing through doofy glasses, as they tried to catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse. Not only that, they also immortalized the awe-inspiring moment in photos, and we have collected the best of them in case you missed the phenomenon or can’t get enough of it.

A total solar eclipse covered a narrow portion of the United States from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. And a partial one was visible across the entire continent of North America, as well as in parts of South America, Africa, and Europe. This was the first time since 1918 when North America experienced the path of totality from coast to coast.

#1 I Am The Accidental Photographer Of This Once In A Lifetime Shot

#2 To The Ends Of The Earth…. This Is A Single Photo, No Photoshop

#3 The Great American Eclipse As Seen From Oregon. Millions Of People Gathered To The Narrow Path Of Totality To Witness One Of The Most Epic Astronomical Phenomenons Of The Century

#4 Apparently Eclipses Produce Insane Looking Shadows

#5 Another Eclipse Photo

#6 This Was Undoubtedly The Most Fantastic Natural Phenomenon I’ve Had The Honor Witnessing

#7 The Day Of The Eclipse. Double Exposure Pic

#8 The Eclipse Is Leaving Very Weird Shadows On My Deck!

#9 Hours Of Planning, Scouting, And Driving Went Into Creating This Photograph. It Was On The Verge Of Being Completely Ruined By Clouds. But Thankfully It All Worked Out

#10 View From A Plane Over The Pacific Ocean

#11 The Moment Of Totality. Experiencing My First Total Solar Eclipse In The High Country Of Idaho As I Partner With

#12 Got Extra Lucky With This Shot During The Eclipse!

#13 Chased The Eclipse, It Was Worth It

#14 Jackson Wy 11:38am 8.21.17

#15 The Sun And The Moon

#16 The Solar Eclipse’s Totality Only Lasted For Minutes In The Path That It Occurred. Giving Photographers A Small Window Of Time To Capture Something Most Of Us Will Most Likely Never See Again


Pin on Pinterest0Share on Facebook23Tweet about this on TwitterShare on StumbleUpon0Share on Google+0