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The most convenient total solar eclipse in 47 years called for trying some new photography...

Welcome to the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Newsletter October 2017 edition.

On August 21, 2017 a unique opportunity occurred for a vast number of North Americans to witness a total solar eclipse. I knew that I would regret it if I did not at least try and get some photographs of this infrequent celestial event. Virginia & I ended up watching the eclipse in Clarksville, Tennessee, very close to the maximum of the eclipse anywhere along the path of totality.
Composite series of the increasing eclipse
Yes, the temperatures did drop, from miserably hot before the eclipse started to a much cooler fairly comfortable from a bit before to a little while after totality. As the eclipse progressed the light in the sky took on an odd cast reminiscent of the yellow sky after a severe late afternoon thunderstorm, having a similar visage although not the same color.
Stacked image of totality
The above image was stacked from two images to bring out the details in the corona during totality, which was during the time when it was safe to view the eclipse without filters.
To read more about photographing the great North American eclipse, visit the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography blog

Paul Rebmann Nature Photography will once again be available at the Backyard Biodiversity Day in Winter Park, Florida on Saturday October 14, 2017. For details visit the Wild Florida Photo events page.

Limited Time Sale!
You can purchase an 8" x 10" stretched canvas print of Total Eclipse Solar Flares for the promotional price of only $40. Sale extended to 5 pm Friday Oct. 20 - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
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Limited Time Sale!
You can purchase an 11" x 14" stretched canvas print of Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly for the promotional price of only $45. Sale extended to 5 pm Friday Oct. 20 - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
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Images by Paul Rebmann are now available printed on Yoga Mats
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To see a selection of a few more images that I think will look best on yoga mats, visit www.wildflphoto.com/yoga

Note that there was no September newsletter due to hurricane Irma.

In 2016 while leaving town in advance of hurricane Matthew, I saw a mushroom fairy ring for the first time in my life along the side of the road. This year, next door to where we sheltered during hurricane Irma, there was another fungi previously unseen by me, this time fluted bird's nest which is the current Wild Florida Photo Feature.
Other recent featured photos at Wild Florida Photo include the Pipevine Swallowtail swallowtail and Southeastern Sneezeweed wildflower.

Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Paul Rebmann
Wild Florida Photo
paul-rebmann.pixels.com
Twitter @WildFlPhoto

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