There have been a lot of photos and videos released following last month’s total eclipse here in North America, but this is actually one of the best that I’ve come across. It was shot near Driggs, Idaho with the Tetons looming in the distance. The clip combines timelapse images shot earlier in the day, with some impressive looks at the eclipse itself. This is a rare event, and to be in the totality is certainly a moving and wonderful experience. The next total eclipse won’t occur here until 2024. Until then, we have videos like this one to remind us of what it is all about.
Totality over the Tetons from Alan Dyer on Vimeo.
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