Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. That was us. But it did get strangely silent and no breeze. And the light…not dark ,not very bright …just strange.

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    1. It does go strangely quiet, Beverly, doesn’t it? I saw my Total Eclipse in Birmingham (UK) on a busy road… the silence seemed to even cover the vehicle noises. As you say, strange, but a good experience.

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  2. Too overcast and rainy here to notice anything 😦

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    1. That’s how it usually is here when there’s a meteor shower going on, Raili!

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  3. Was a wonder to view from my porch! We had about 85% view and the clouds parted for me fortunately. πŸ™‚

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    1. Fabulous, Jodi! Perfect timing, and no need to go anywhere to view it either!

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  4. I remember the last eclipse I saw, the strange twilight and how the birds stopped singing! πŸ™‚

    I could even observe it with the naked eye because the clouds blocked most of the light! πŸ™‚

    Not a wise thing to do in clear skies!!! πŸ™‚

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. At least our cloud cover is good for that, Prenin!
      The quietness is eerie, isn’t it?

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      1. I’ll say – like the light just drained away… πŸ™‚

        God Bless!

        Prenin.

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