August 2017, Taos, NM.
This image was taken of the total solar eclipse of 2017 in Taos, New Mexico. The image is part of a series and named by time. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon covers the face of the sun as seen from earth. The dark shadow of the moon - the umbra - travels across the earth turning light into dark. To witness these two celestial objects in intimate alignment inspires awe and wonder.
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