May 22, 2022

Great American Eclipse

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2017 Great American Eclipse across the…

By Glen Barber From The Denver Post

The sun and the moon completed an elegant dance step in the skies above America on Monday, and at Scotts Bluff National Monument in western Nebraska, the crowd burst into applause. In the span of a couple of minutes, as a fiery glow encircled the moon at the moment of totality, the sun seemed to set and rise again. The temperature dropped. Hues of orange and red rimmed the horizon then faded away. Stars emerged then vanished. The Great American Eclipse arrived as promised, and those both inside the path of totality and outside of it were not disappointed.

Glen Barber
A digital photo editor at The Denver Post, Glen Barber works toning photos for print, building digital galleries and publishing archive photos on The Post’s digital platforms. He enjoys landscape photography, hiking, backcountry camping and four-wheeling.


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