Monday, May 21, 2012

Dogs, Booze, Miss Pacman, and an Eclipse

It appears that conditions were not ideal for viewing the eclipse on Sunday in Michigan, but San Francisco lucked out with a fog-free day. It was still windy as hell on the top of Bernal Hill where I gathered with the other locals, who, as usual, arrived with dogs and various libations. (If you expand the photos with the sun immediately above and below, you can see a tiny reflection of the eclipse off the camera lens. It's just below the guy's forearm in the shot below, and in the lower right in the shot above. It looks like Miss Pacman.)

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