A large part of the world has experienced the “Ring of Fire” eclipse on Thursday morning. From Canada to Russia the solar eclipse was visible in many areas, including a partial eclipse in Washington DC!
From the Air Force Memorial the partial solar eclipse was slated to be at its maximum at 5:47 am. So I woke up around 4 am and headed to the Memorial which is accessible by foot before 8 am so you have to park nearby.
Cloud coverage was a bit heavy but I think it added to the images since we could perfectly see the eclipse happening over the Jefferson Memorial.
I shot the eclipse photos using the Canon RF 100-500mm on my Canon EOS R5 which lead to some great results.
In addition to a few photos I also recorded some video clips of the moon as it covers the sun.
Angela Pan also got a great photo of everyone shooting the eclipse as well.
If you’re ever in range of an eclipse I highly recommending getting out to shoot it! This is my second time shooting one, the last being the “Great American Eclipse” of 2017.