Benson, AZ 85602 hm ph: 520-586-2244 Rick, We were at Horseshoe Overlook the day _before_ the eclipse. We wanted to stop by there on the way up because we heard about its wonderful vistas and knew that we weren't going to get there on our way back home. We did our observing from Wahweap Overlook and had some great views as well. So we didn't cross paths at that event. Who we did see, though, were Dawn and Chris Schur. They were set up on the north side of the knoll and we were set up on the southeast side. The only mistake we made was that we left the site too early which we realized as we were driving up the hill to Page. That's when we saw the partially eclipsed sun setting behind the horizon and pulled over to see the neat "shark's fin" in the west. I think one of us still had room on his camera to record the sight. Clear skies, Wayne (aka Mr. Galaxy) ---------- Original Message ---------- From: "Rick Tejera" <saguaroastro@xxxxxxx> To: <az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [AZ-Observing] Re: pictures of annular eclipse trip to Page, AZ Date: Wed, 30 May 2012 22:24:00 -0700 Wayne, Nice pictures. Looks like some of them were taken at Horseshoe Bend. When were you there? Not sure if we crossed paths? Rick Tejera (K7TEJ) Sagauro Astronomy Club www.saguaroastro.org Thunderbird Amatuer Radio Club www.w7tbc.org Subject: [AZ-Observing] pictures of annular eclipse trip to Page, AZ Let's see how this turns out. I haven't tried uploading images to Facebook before. It's been a painful process... These are the images I took from our HAC trip to Page, AZ for the recent Annular Eclipse. I guess you click on the below link, or if that doesn't work, copy and paste the string and insert it into your browser's search window. Hope it works! I'm in the turquoise shirt. I'll let my fellow travelers (Tommy, David and Gloria, and Calvin and Chris) decide if they want to identify themselves. It was a great time. There were about 400 people gathered at Wahweap Outlook, the weather was perfect, the crowd was well-behaved, and the equipment worked fine. The annular ring surprised me my turning out pretty well since all I could do was hold my Kodak Easyshare camera behind my properly filtered binoculars and hope that I got a decent image. Believe it or not, my favorite shot of the bunch was the bootprint. I thought it was reminiscent of the moonlander 's similar shot. Enjoy! http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.4140900485096.174665.1361194509&typ e=3&l"2340d4f7 Clear skies, Wayne (aka Mr. Galaxy) -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list. -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.