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As if a Solar eclipse wasn't enough, we were visited by another celestial event: Northern Lights! Being his far South, the chance of seeing them, even in times of high Solar activity, is exteremly rare. And yet, see them we did. I captured the following images standing on our deck, the first one at 11:00 and the next one at 3:00 a.m. Thrilling to be able to capture this once-in-a-lifetime event.


Watching a Solar Eclipse is a unique experience-nothing else comes close. And photographing one is equally unique. Being able to be in the right spot, at the right time, and with the correct equipment takes a lot of planning and a bit of luck. In 2017, I travelled some distance to witness and photograph this thrilling natural occurance. Starting in 2023, I began planning for the event that was to occur on April 8, 2024. I already had the equipment, and, as it turned out, the path of totality would pass directly over my house. Now, the only luck I needed was clear skies. In spite of dire predictions, the day was bright and clear. I went out to my primary location, only to find it packed with spectators. No worries, I had a backup plan. Below are some examples of the shots that I took.

Eclipse is nearing totalitly, revealing solar flares

Totality, showing the corona and solar flares

The sun begins to emerge from shadow.