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The Solar Eclipse Timer app helped with time management during the 1 minute 59 seconds of totality.
I made a safety shield for the partial eclipse setup as I have a habit of peaking over the top of the camera when framing an image.
A bit of scrap mat board with a cut out for the lens and a Thousand Oaks Optical solar filter card.
Final approach into Knoxville, TN.
Final approach into Knoxville, TN.
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Final approach into Knoxville, TN.
City Park, Lenoir City, TN.
One of the park docks on the banks of the Tennessee River
We found ourselves a nice, shady location to wait out the 3 hours before the eclipse starts.
One camera for the partial eclipse, one for totality and a video camera for the partial.
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Show time!
Just before First Contact.
First contact has started the countdown to totality.
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