Solar Eclipse 2017

Discussion in 'The Dusk Forum of Graphical Appreciation' started by BryIsDank, Aug 21, 2017.

  1. BryIsDank

    BryIsDank Toxic Senior InGame Moderator Staff Member Senior In-Game Manager

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    Here's a picture I took of the solar eclipse! Surprisingly I got the best one on Snapchat lol. I also used a filter on this one so it may look miscolored.

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    Feel free to post any pictures you guys got of the eclipse!
     
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  2. Reeselizz

    Reeselizz Senior Forum Manager Staff Member Senior Forum Manager In-Game Moderator

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    In Ohio we only got 86% of the eclipse so it wasn't a full one, but it was still really cool! I wish I got a photo :(
     
  3. BryIsDank

    BryIsDank Toxic Senior InGame Moderator Staff Member Senior In-Game Manager

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    We didn't get a full eclipse in California either, we got like around 50% lol
     
  4. Coco_The_One_And_Only

    Coco_The_One_And_Only Well-Known Member

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    Where I live is about 2 hours away from the line of totality. So my family got about 93% in Tennessee.
     
  5. Birmanista

    Birmanista Retired Retired

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    Rhode Island got like maybe 65%? So I got this photo of it at peak partial!
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    I mean you can kinda see the phone I use?? But that's just because I had to take the photo through the Approved Eclipse Glasses™ that I got specifically for this eclipse. And the eclipse in 7 years. Smh guy at gas station, I checked the eclipse route we're not getting totality we're getting 90%, so that's why I'm going to Quebec in 2024 to see the thing.
     
  6. Trem

    Trem Forum & In-Game Moderator Staff Member In-Game Moderator

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    My friend in DC got this. I'm surprised they could because I'm 15 minutes away and I didn't see anything. Right now it's storming. Tisk tisk, Maryland.
    We got about 83% totality but it was too cloudy to see anything.
     

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