The weekend of the photo voltaic eclipse aligned with my college’s fall break, which gave me two days off. That was just enough time for a quick trip from Florida to Panama with my associate to go to a friend and get in some jungle time. When this occurs, we are in a position to thank the universe for that little stroke of luck that led to capturing an excellent shot. Maybe that luck comes within the form of a rare wild animal, the perfect sundown, a taking pictures star, or in my case lately, the right cloud density in the course of the recent annular photo voltaic eclipse.
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