Camera: Olympus OM-D EM10 ii
Lens: OLYMPUS M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 to 300mm II F4.8-6.7 Zoom Lens
Image has been edited for contrast and vibrancy. It is a single exposure with no manipulations besides basic adjustments with lighting and color.
On June 10th, the Sun looked as if a bite was taken out of it as it rose over Lake Michigan. The sky glowed red as the Crescent Sun rose over the horizon. This surreal sight is produced by the Moon covering a portion of the Sun as it seen from Earth. As the Sun lifted above the lake, atmospheric refraction distorted the Sun’s bottom half and creates a small inverse image of the Sun directly beneath it. Only a partial annular solar eclipse was visible from Evanston, Illinois, but parts of Russia, Greenland, and Canada were treated to a spectacular total annular eclipse.