allonblack:

yeah the eclipse was rad

anthonyisinteresting:

Mom and Pinhole Viewer (Taken with instagram)
My mom trying to get one last picture of the eclipse before sunset.

anthonyisinteresting:

Mom and Pinhole Viewer (Taken with instagram)

My mom trying to get one last picture of the eclipse before sunset.

hypsterism:

How to Look at the Sun (2012)

hypsterism:

How to Look at the Sun (2012)

nikilips:

#ootd #eclipse edition “I am Ironlips” (Taken with Instagram at Piccino Cafe and Pizzeria)

nikilips:

#ootd #eclipse edition “I am Ironlips” (Taken with Instagram at Piccino Cafe and Pizzeria)

crudecom3dy:

I was ready for the eclipse ;)

crudecom3dy:

I was ready for the eclipse ;)

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soniabondshines:

This is the proper material to be using during a solar eclipse!

soniabondshines:

This is the proper material to be using during a solar eclipse!

nowistimeless:

our ridiculous goggles for the solar eclipse. #eclipse #goggles #nerds (Taken with instagram)

nowistimeless:

our ridiculous goggles for the solar eclipse. #eclipse #goggles #nerds (Taken with instagram)

fuckyeahadoriandeck:

“Going to watch the Solar Eclipse at the beach with these babies so I don’t go blind! Hahaha”

fuckyeahadoriandeck:

“Going to watch the Solar Eclipse at the beach with these babies so I don’t go blind! Hahaha”

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brookekimberlin:

so amazed at the eclipse.

brookekimberlin:

so amazed at the eclipse.

ninastotler:

Watching the eclipse from the summit of Capulin Volcano National Monument, NM. For a moment it seemed the clouds would ruin the view, but they broke just in time, clearing to show the moon inching in front of the sun until it was almost completely obscured. Truly epic vision un-capturable on camera (without frying my lens, that is).

ninastotler:

Watching the eclipse from the summit of Capulin Volcano National Monument, NM. For a moment it seemed the clouds would ruin the view, but they broke just in time, clearing to show the moon inching in front of the sun until it was almost completely obscured. Truly epic vision un-capturable on camera (without frying my lens, that is).

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