Why Photo The Ground During The Eclipse?

The path of today’s solar eclipse passed through the contiguous United States for the first time since 1979.  The 67-mile wide path of totality crossed over the campus of Western Carolina University, a client we proudly serve.  WCU, like many institutions and places of business, slowed down for about an hour or two to enjoy this phenomenon. In Raleigh, we were treated to 90% eclipse coverage.  Using solar eclipse glasses (ISO certified, of course) folks at Stanford White ventured outside to catch a glimpse of this rare wonder.  Our staff also discovered that the spectacle was not limited to the sky above, but also in the crescent shaped shadows on the ground.  Photos of these shadows made for a nice and easy way to create a remembrance of this event.



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