Everything under the sun is in tune when the sun is eclipsed by.....

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Hattie and gary on November 7, 2011

Guy, I don't understand it even after I read what and how and etc, but I do know that they are awesome pictures, without burning up your camera. I look at your work and I look at mine and think that I'l go back to needle point, but I'll still look at your art work.. As always God Bless all Y'all You in the market for a like new 1965 moel Nikon F with a good assortment of lensLOL Gary

kamalyn on November 7, 2011

Wow, that sure is SOME sunspot on the right there!!!!

©polytropos on November 8, 2011

Amazing shot! Is it taken through a telescope? But then I can't imagine how comes this silhouette on the right side ...

someGuyinmasset on November 8, 2011

Thanks guys.

Don't give up too soon Gary, your killer picture is out there waiting for you to find it.

This is how forest fires really start kamalyn: the sun bumping into trees.

Just my camera with a 300mm lens, poly, and 11 steps (not enough) of ND filters. I really don't recommend anyone do this as it's very easy to make a mistake and blow up your lens, camera, eyeball, or any combination of those three. Almost made a big mistake yesterday by putting on my infrared pass filter instead of a 9 stop nd (they're both opaque black), the danger there is that with the infrared filter it cuts out visible light so you'd be able to see the sun through it without squinting but your eyeball would still be getting the full strength of the invisible infrared so you wouldn't even know until steam started coming out of your eyeball.

©polytropos on November 8, 2011

Well, I'm satisfied with watching your pic, I think I resign to rebuild this thing.

Jeroen Verburg on November 8, 2011

...the moon! (as the fabulous song Eclipse by Pink Floyd goes). But then you've also discovered the first trees on the moon! Send it to Science Magazine right away!

Itallica on November 8, 2011

Good advice Guy to use proper filters and avoid taking direct on sun shots - i got a fray in my new lens of my Nikon camera back in 2002 when shooting a solar eclipse.

((Ospr3y)) on November 8, 2011

Woah. That's a lot of ND power! Incredible.

Ritva Astikainen on November 9, 2011

Hot! Guy, you take good care of your eyeballs! Ippa

Lloyd. B on November 9, 2011

I leave you to blow up your eyeballs guy? they make for great shots, but ill stick to a nice sunset instead thanks.

☆E@GLE☆ on November 9, 2011

Amazing! Like greetings Evan

Norrel on November 11, 2011

The sun looks a little ragged here.

©polytropos on November 11, 2011

An irregular Black Hole maybe, that also suffers under an economic recession?

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  • Uploaded on November 7, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by someGuyinmasset
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D90
    • Taken on 2011/11/07 11:08:24
    • Exposure: 0.000s (1/4000)
    • Focal Length: 300.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/27.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: -0.50 EV
    • No flash

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