If you don’t live in an area where the March 20 solar eclipse could be seen, never fear. Photographers were out in full force attempting to capture the perfect shot to share with the world. And this amazing capture takes the cake:
Photographer Amy Shore took this well-timed photo of the eclipse and a perfectly placed bird from her backyard in Leicestershire, England using a Nikon D600 with an 85mm Sigma lens. Her settings were ISO 50, f/16, and 1/4000 of a second. It’s a truly impressive look at a rare phenomena.
Did you get any shots of the eclipse? Share your results in the comments below!
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