Thursday, March 30, 2006

Operation Desert Shadow

Okay, another quick one because of the intermittent Internet connectivity.

In a word, the eclipse was magnificent. Could not have asked for better viewing conditions. Clear blue sky, desert sand and rocks all around, and 1500 other eclipse nuts gathered to view the eclipse in the Libyan desert.

I got some good video and and one really spectacular shot of the ending diamond ring. Today there is a show and tell of imagery and video, and I've submitted mine. We'll see if it's deemed good enough to show to the group.

At sea now, heading for Tripoli.



Anonymous said...

Has the witnessing of the eclipse provided you with some kind of super powers? Perhaps enormous strength or the ability to morph yourself into a bucket of water.

Kevin said...

Perhaps you can do a spreadsheet upload of your images into PeopleSoft.

Kevin said...

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Trish said...

Tell Linda I miss her. Sounds like you two are having a great time.

Oh, and anonymous? The Wonder Twins, huh?

Rick (or is that Ricardo) said...

, C'erano cosí le grandi condizioni di osservare e lei non potrebbe riuscire a prendere anche un'immagine di "thumbnail" sul suo blog. Lei sa, appena prenderci in giro.

Sperare che lei ha avuto (hanno) un grande tempo.

Anonymous said...

Sometimes its the head, but often its the abdomen or thorax. Depends on my mood.

kevin said...

Erin wants you to pick up some smack while you're there. We'll pay you for it when you get back.

Steve Clayworth said...

Comedians. All I get are comedians.