Readers may recall my family trip to photograph the annular solar eclipse in May 2012, and the stunning image captured and uploaded to WUWT from a Starbucks in Fernley, NV. just minutes afterwards. A set of limited edition prints (200) has been produced and they have sold about half, and I wanted to remind you that they are still available. Details below.
What you see above is actually a new 20″x30″ limited edition print. We got a lot of requests via email for the original, so decided to make a true high quality piece of art out of the event by making a collage of the shots leading up to and after the “totality” of the annular eclipse.
The spot where we photographed it from was right on the center line, as shown below by the marker:
This is printed on very heavy paper, individually numbered, and shipped in a sturdy cardboard shipping tube with the print wrapped in plastic to avoid scuffing. This is a limited edition of 200 prints. They look great framed with a black frame.
For Orders in the United States
– go here and then choose quantity. PayPal/credit cards accepted.
The price now includes FREE SHIPPING in the USA (Originally, we had set the print purchase and shipping cost separate, but this created problems, this new way saves both you and I some money).
For International orders outside of the USA,
or if for some reason the link above doesn’t work for you, you can order it here on Ebay.
We’ll try to accommodate International orders as best we can. Shipping costs are calculated at the time of sale for AU, Canada, UK.
We also have some prints of the 2012 Transit of Venus here.
I hope you don’t mind this bit of commercialism here, but the camera used was my gift to my wife, something she’d always wanted, that I gave to her after our scare with breast cancer. We still have medical bills (Obamacare doesn’t help) from that we are slowly paying off, so this seemed like a good way to get some of those knocked down. Of course if Exxon would just send me that big check I’m told all us skeptics get, that problem would be solved. 😉
Thanks for your consideration. – Anthony