Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Howling at the moon!

I bring you pictures of the eclipse, as seen from Central California, USA.











I hope that worked. :) I'm tired, but it was soooo worth it. I can't wait to show the possums tomorrow.
PS - All pics are property of ME! They were shot with my Nikon D-40EX, 200mm lens. If you like, you may use, but please credit the photographer. - P-Momma

13 comments:

Maggie Rosethorn said...

Awesome pictures! I didn't stay up to watch the eclipse, too tired. Thanks for the view.

Sean the Blogonaut F.C.D. said...

Oh sweet lord the Rapture is upon us.

Seriously, nice pictures.

Saw it here in Australia about an hour ago.

SurvivorMama said...

Way cool! Hope you're sleeping now. ;-)

William said...

These pictures are great! I live all the way in New Mexico.

Sadly, I didn't get to see it. I slept in. Haha!

Great blog by the way.

-Will

Poodles Rule said...

I saw it but I wasn't able to get any pictures. It was great.

Rev. BigDumbChimp said...

Stupid weather. I got up this morning hoping for a break in the clouds. But nooooooooooooooo.

Great pics.

pussreboots said...

Fantastic photos and it's great to see you posting again. I popped my head up from my bed and looked out the bedroom window. That was the extent of my enjoyment of last night's eclipse.

Ang said...

Great pictures!! Thanks for sharing. I just got my first digital camera a few weeks ago and can relate to your excitement. I was standing in the rain/sun a few days ago hoping for a rainbow so I could take a picture. Plus I like rainbows anyway. They remind me of a very dear friend who died suddenly a couple of years ago.

ShadesOfGrey said...

Wonderful pics...thanks for sharing! The kids got up to watch it this morning, and I, ahem, generously let dh go outside with them to see it. I looked at it for 30 seconds outside our bedroom window and went back to bed. Been there, done that, didn't buy a souvenir.

Riker said...

Excellent pictures! Welcome back :)

aimee said...

Very nice pictures. My kids saw the eclipse. Seeing as how I am in a pretty tough Astronomy class right now, that was the last thing I wanted to get up and look at. Glad to have you back, you've been missed : )

Ginny said...

It's nice to see pics on your blog! These are cool. :)

Richard R said...

Very nice pics!

I should have got off my arse and taken some - apparently we had the best view of it down here in the land of oz.