On August 21, 2017, the solar eclipse came to Roosevelt Arch at Yellowstone National Park. Even though it was not a total eclipse at 98.7% It made a perfect “arch” that resembled the Roosevelt Arch at the north entrance of the park.


Only 200 yards from where you are standing, I set the stage with three cameras, four filters, and protective solar eclipse eyewear to capture this rarely seen image. This cool, opaque light only occurs during an eclipse along with the obvious drop in temperature.


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