“Local astronomer and former Gazette columnist Richard Monda snapped these photos of the early Thursday event from Esperance’s George Landis Arboretum.
The photos, using a solar filter, show the progression over about a half hour from 5:43 a.m. to 6:28 a.m.
Monda reported local viewing conditions in the Schoharie Valley were less than ideal, with a dense fog.
Fortunately, he said, his location at the arboretum put him high enough to see the eclipse event above the fog and as the sun rose, it made it to clearer sky.”
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Schenectady Gazette 10 June 2021.