Por El Influencer– Meses atrás, el eclipse del pasado lunes causó una exaltación por ser un fenómeno poco visto; sin embargo, durante su duración, logró provocar una euforia inigualable en miles de hombres, mujeres y niños que disfrutaron del suceso.
Aunque el eclipse solar duró poco más de 2 horas, el espectáculo sigue presente en las redes sociales, gracias a las miles de instantáneas que los aficionados pudieron tomar
Acontinuación te presentamos las mejores fotos del fenómeno natural en Instagram:
The moment of totality. Experiencing my first total solar eclipse in the high country of Idaho as I partner with @LandRoverUSA in the new #Discovery. I spent a good chunk of the morning sitting in a meadow, waiting for it to happen. The two minutes where it got completely dark were surreal to say the least. The birds quieted, the sky over the valley below was sunset orange..
The #eclipse has started! The Moon is seen as it starts passing in front of the Sun during a solar eclipse from Ross Lake, Northern Cascades National Park, Washington on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. A total solar eclipse swept across a narrow portion of the contiguous United States from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. A partial solar eclipse was visible across the entire North American continent along with parts of South America, Africa, and Europe. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls #eclipse #eclipse2017 #nasa
Unbelievable experience that I have waited my entire life to see. So glad I was able to share it with friends, my wife, and the kiddos. Here is one of my shots from totality in Vonore, Tennessee. Can not wait for the next one in Texas in six and a half years! #solar #eclipse #solareclipse2017 #sun #longexposure #nature
«Totality» – The Great American Eclipse – I don’t even know where to begin…it was so surreal. Being under a pitch black sun surrounded in near darkness watching stars suddenly come out in the sky. It was just like a dream and the most incredible thing I’ve ever seen! I couldn’t believe my eyes. Who else got to see totality and can explain it better than me? I’d love to hear what you felt when you saw the moon cross in front on the sun today and where you witnessed the event! – Note: This is a quick edit we took through a @canonusa 6DMKII and Canon 100-400 with a x2 multiplier (no solar filter needed during totality.) If you look closely you can see some of the solar flares at the top and to the right! If you’d like to license my image, please email me!