010204 - Solar Eclipse

In 1972 there was a solar eclipse off the coast of Nova Scotia. I was on an eclipse cruise to capture this event. Every inch of deck space with covered with tripods, cameras and telescopes. The cruise ship, The Olympia of Greek registry, had special stabilizers to keep the boat motionless duing the eclipse. The advantage of a cruise liner is that it could manuever at sea to avoid any cloud cover. As it was, it was clear from horizon to horizon. By the way, the next solar eclipse in the United States is in 2017.

The image was captured with a Konica T3, 300mm f/4.5, High Speed Ektachrome, Vivitar tripod.

This image is available framed or matte only in the following sizes:
●    8x10 print / 11x14 matte
●  11x14 print / 16x20 matte
●  16x20 print / 20x24 matte



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