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Published on Apr 3, 2015
Time lapse of a near total solar eclipse (98% totality) filmed on the shore of a frozen lake in Thingvellier National Park in Iceland on March 20, 2015. For this video I wanted to show the effect of the eclipse on the landscape, rather than showing a close-up view of the disc of the moon eclipsing the sun. The darkest point was not as dark in reality as the camera recorded it. One of the most remarkable things was how cold it got when the light of the sun was blocked. This time lapse covers approximately 1.5 hours of actual time.