Wednesday, November 06, 2013
About the header image: November 6, 2013
On the morning of Sunday, November 3, we turned our clocks back to Standard Time, allowing an extra hour of sleep. Like a chump, I decided to wake up at 5:00 AM to be ready to greet the sunrise from the Nanticoke-West Nanticoke bridge in hopes of seeing the partial solar eclipse as it rose. Unfortunately, the clouds had other plans, and the sun was completely obscured - until I walked away. Then the sun came out, and I was able to grab the photo above - well after the eclipse was over.
I know Northeastern Pennsylvania is full of great photographers, and maybe people who don't consider themselves great but have a camera and aren't afraid to use it. We need your photos! Send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll use them as the NEPA Blogs header of the week!