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Photographers capture the unusual nature of the total solar eclipse

PHOTO Cecilia Denison

Huntingdon resident Cecilia Denison took this otherworldly photograph of the total solar eclipse on April 8. She and her family watched the eclipse from the perfect vantage point across the flat fields along Route 202 in Hinchinbrooke. “It was absolutely eerie,” said Denison, of the moment the moon perfectly covered the sun. “I was transfixed,” she added, while referring to the experience as “surreal.” Her eight-year-old daughter, Jessica, was equally impressed, saying she felt inspired by the eclipse. “My mind was blown when totality occurred!” she exclaimed.


PHOTO Peter Dahms

Photographer Peter Dahms captured this stunning rural landscape while watching the solar eclipse from the heart of Hinchinbrooke. As darkness settled over the fields during the totality phase, an exquisite 360-degree sunset emerged along the horizon.

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