So I've already posted all the photos from my trip to Chile and through southern Patagonia and then to Easter Island. The main event on our cruise in Patagonia was an annular eclipse although due to a miscommunication we were unable to see it 100%. During an annular eclipse the moon moves completely in front of the sun, causing what is known as "a ring of fire" where a bright gold ring of the sun is shown behind the moon.
Photographing the sun and moon during the day and using a piece of welder's glass was definitely a first for me but hopefully I'll be able to improve for the next big event in the sky.
As always, stay tuned for my next blog post which will feature Akron's own Red Sun Rising at the House of Blues Cleveland and my first official gig as a working music photographer!
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