Due to my current geographical location I didn't have the opportunity to capture one of these nice eclipse photos with the Sun low at the horizon during the sunrise or the sunset. A few days have passed since the last solar eclipse but I thought it would be a good idea to give it a try anyway. This is my version of the late 'eclipse' that only the distant fisherman, the photographer and few others in Kos island had the opportunity to witness. Instead of the Moon, a small curved cloud partially blocked the sun for a few moments creating the eclipse illusion. Strangely enough, the curve from the cloud matches the shape of a spherical celestial object although the suggested size as it seems from this illustration, indicates a super Moon that never existed even during prehistoric times when the Moon was orbiting much closer to Earth.
Camera Model Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi, Shooting Date/Time 7/11/2013 17:03, Author Chris Kotsiopoulos, Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/200, Av( Aperture Value ) 7.5, ISO Speed 200, Skywatcher ED 80, Focal Length 600mm