We missed out on the Super Moon event recently so I didn't want to miss today's celestial phenomenon - an annular eclipse! FYI - a solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun. A total eclipse is when the moon obscures the sun entirely. An annular eclipse, like the one visible today, is when the moon appears smaller than the sun, leaving visible a thin ring of the sun called an annulus. At the start of the eclipse we were at the park and Chris took a picture with his dumb phone (as opposed to smart phone :) which actually turned out to be the best pic of the event!
I love creating memories like this. Simple and sweet!