Yesterday, the second day of Bay Area MakerFaire, also had some cosmic significance in the form of an annular eclipse. Several sites have photo galleries from the event, but my favorite so far is over at The Atlantic.
Space.com has a nice online gallery as well, including this neat photo of a robin standing in the shadow of many moons (or rather, the many shadows of one moon).
Finally, you can check out all the “makerfaire eclipse” photos on Flickr — only about a dozen photos now, but sure to grow over the next few days.
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