Solar Eclipse

Reflections of the eclipse on a palm tree in Natomas. (submitted photo)
Eclipse Palm Leaves Reflections of the eclipse on a palm tree in Natomas. (submitted photo)
Solar eclipse reflected on a house in Lincoln in the shadow of a tree. (submitted by Dean Rowland)
eclipse Solar eclipse reflected on a house in Lincoln in the shadow of a tree. (submitted by Dean Rowland)
Shadows from the eclipse. (credit: CBS13)
shadows Shadows from the eclipse. (credit: CBS13)
A photo of the eclipse from video camera of CBS13's Alan Blaich. (credit: CBS13)
ecllipse A photo of the eclipse from video camera of CBS13's Alan Blaich. (credit: CBS13)
The large crescent moon was taken with a welders mask held over camera lens. (submitted photo)
IMG_5880 The large crescent moon was taken with a welders mask held over camera lens. (submitted photo)
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A picture of the eclipse as it is projected on to a house by the dappled sunlight coming through the trees in Land Park.(submitted photo)
Land Park A picture of the eclipse as it is projected on to a house by the dappled sunlight coming through the trees in Land Park.(submitted photo)
CBS13 weekend anchor Maria Medina checks out the eclipse while wearing a welding helmet in the station's back parking lot. (credit: CBS13)
welding helmet CBS13 weekend anchor Maria Medina checks out the eclipse while wearing a welding helmet in the station's back parking lot. (credit: CBS13)
CBS13 reporter Kurtis Ming checks out the cool shadows from Sunday's eclipse.
Kurtis Ming and the eclipse CBS13 reporter Kurtis Ming checks out the cool shadows from Sunday's eclipse.
Some of the CBS13 weekend crew check out the eclipse from the station's back parking lot.
CBS13 weekend crew Some of the CBS13 weekend crew check out the eclipse from the station's back parking lot.
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
The annular solar eclipse is observed on May 21, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Yuki Tanaka/Getty Images)
Shadows from the eclipse reflected on a house in Herald. (submitted by Jack Nunes)
Herald Shadows from the eclipse reflected on a house in Herald. (submitted by Jack Nunes)
Photo taken in Chester. (submitted by Greg Norton)
eclipse shadow Photo taken in Chester. (submitted by Greg Norton)
Photo of the eclipse taken in Chester.  The photo was taken at about 6:15 p.m. on May 20, 2012 with a small telescope and the light being displayed on a piece of white paper on a cardboard box. (submitted by Greg Norton)
eclipse 10 Photo of the eclipse taken in Chester. The photo was taken at about 6:15 p.m. on May 20, 2012 with a small telescope and the light being displayed on a piece of white paper on a cardboard box. (submitted by Greg Norton)
The annular solar eclipse taken from Fair Oaks. (submitted by John Draper)
eclipse submitted The annular solar eclipse taken from Fair Oaks. (submitted by John Draper)
The eclipse taken with an 8X zoom at ISO 50 and 1/2000sec at f8.0 in Antioch. (submitted photo)
Eclipse from Antioch The eclipse taken with an 8X zoom at ISO 50 and 1/2000sec at f8.0 in Antioch. (submitted photo)
A partial solar eclipse appears above a
A partial solar eclipse appears above a
A partial solar eclipse appears above a lightning rod in the sky of Taipei on May 21, 2012. (Credit: Sam Yeh/AFP/GettyImages)
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
The annular solar eclipse is observed on May 21, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. It is the first time in 25 years since last annular solar eclipse was observed in Japan. (Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
The annular solar eclipse is observed on May 21, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. It is the first time in 25 years since last annular solar eclipse was observed in Japan. (Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
Annular Solar Eclipse Observed In Japan
The annular solar eclipse is observed on May 21, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. It is the first time in 25 years since last annular solar eclipse was observed in Japan. (Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)
A annular solar eclipse is seen between
A annular solar eclipse is seen between
A annular solar eclipse is seen between clouds in Hong Kong on May 21, 2012. (Credit: Philippe Lopez/AFP/GettyImages)
An annular solar eclipse is seen behind
An annular solar eclipse is seen behind
An annular solar eclipse is seen behind a ferris wheel from Tokyo on May 21, 2012. For the first time in 932 years, a swathe of the country was able to see the annular solar eclipse, when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out all but an outer circle of light. (Credit: Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/GettyImages)
A partial solar eclipse is seen from Tok
A partial solar eclipse is seen from Tok
A partial solar eclipse is seen from Tokyo on May 21, 2012 . For the first time in 932 years, a swathe of the country was able to see the annular solar eclipse, when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out all but an outer circle of light. (Credit: Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/GettyImages)
The moon projected on paper in Vacaville. (submitted by David Little)
Vacaville The moon projected on paper in Vacaville. (submitted by David Little)
The moon projected on paper in Vacaville. (submitted by David Little)
Vacaville The moon projected on paper in Vacaville. (submitted by David Little)
Shadows from the eclipse. (submitted by Judy Selby)
shadows Shadows from the eclipse. (submitted by Judy Selby)
An annular solar eclipse is seen from To
An annular solar eclipse is seen from To
An annular solar eclipse is seen from Tokyo on May 21, 2012 . For the first time in 932 years, a swathe of the country was able to see the annular solar eclipse, when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out all but an outer circle of light. (Credit: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/GettyImages)
Junior high school students observe eclipse
Junior high school students observe eclipse
Junior high school students observe the annular solar eclipse through special glasses at the playground of their school in Kawakaki, surburban Tokyo, on May 21, 2012. A swathe of the country was be able to see the annular solar eclipse, when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out all but an outer circle of light. (Credit: Toru Yamanaka/AFP/GettyImages)
An annular solar eclipse is seen through
An annular solar eclipse is seen through
An annular solar eclipse is seen through the clouds in Kawasaki, surburban Tokyo, on May 21, 2012. A swathe of the country was be able to see the annular solar eclipse, when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out all but an outer circle of light. (Credit: Toru Yamanaka/AFP/GettyImages)
Ring-tailed lemurs and eclipse
Ring-tailed lemurs and eclipse
Ring-tailed lemurs look on as children view a solar eclipse at the Japan Monkey Center in Inuyama city in Aichi prefecture, central Japan on May 21, 2012. Millions turned their eyes to the sky on both sides of the Pacific to gaze excitedly as a solar eclipse created a "ring of fire" at dawn in Asia. (credit: Jiji Press/AFP/GettyImages)
This combination picture shows an annula
This combination picture shows an annula
This combination picture shows an annular solar eclipse seen from Tokyo on May 21, 2012 . For the first time in 932 years, a swathe of the country was able to see the annular solar eclipse, when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out all but an outer circle of light.(Credit: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/GettyImages)
An eclipse photo taken in Chester.  The photo was taken at about 6:30 p.m. on May 20, 2012 with a small telescope and the light being displayed on a piece of white paper on a cardboard box. (submitted by Greg Norton)
eclipse photo in Chester An eclipse photo taken in Chester. The photo was taken at about 6:30 p.m. on May 20, 2012 with a small telescope and the light being displayed on a piece of white paper on a cardboard box. (submitted by Greg Norton)
A photo of the eclipse taken from Del Paso Heights. (submitted photo)
Del Paso Heights A photo of the eclipse taken from Del Paso Heights. (submitted photo)
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Eclipse start (submitted photo)
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Almost over (submitted photo)
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Close to a ring (submitted photo)
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child with shadows (submitted photo)
Shadows of the eclipse on a girl's back. (submitted by Jim Shaw)
shadows-on-back Shadows of the eclipse on a girl's back. (submitted by Jim Shaw)
Eclipse photo from Dixon. (submitted by Grant Michaelson)
eclipse Eclipse photo from Dixon. (submitted by Grant Michaelson)
Eclipse photo from Dixon. (submitted by Grant Michaelson)
eclipse Eclipse photo from Dixon. (submitted by Grant Michaelson)
Shadows of the eclipse project on a garage door. (submitted by Don Moore)
garage door Shadows of the eclipse project on a garage door. (submitted by Don Moore)
A photo taken in Pine Grove at the peak of the eclipse. (submitted by Tanya Golding)
Pine Grove A photo taken in Pine Grove at the peak of the eclipse. (submitted by Tanya Golding)
This is from Rachel and Karen in Folsom - what fun! (submitted by Karen Hamer)
Folsom This is from Rachel and Karen in Folsom - what fun! (submitted by Karen Hamer)
This was from the eclipse at about 6:25 p.m. in Marysville. (submitted by Heidi Sample)
Marysville This was from the eclipse at about 6:25 p.m. in Marysville. (submitted by Heidi Sample)
Photo taken in Auburn through safe viewing glasses. (submitted photo)
Auburn Photo taken in Auburn through safe viewing glasses. (submitted photo)
Eclipse shadows in Auburn. (submittted by Kathy Partak)
Auburn shadows Eclipse shadows in Auburn. (submittted by Kathy Partak)
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