Gallery Contributions by Denis Krame

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Gallery: tse2010
Paul Gauguin, 300mm handheld - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Paul Gauguin, 3rd contact, 300mm handheld - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Paul Gauguin, just after 2nd contact, 300mm handheld - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: tse2009
Green flash at sunrise for eclipse day on the Paul Gauguin in the South Pacific - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Paul Gauguin - 2nd contact - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Paul Gauguin, just after 3rd contact, note corona still visible above cloud. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: tse2008
Polarflug, edge of shadow on ice (and a frosty window) - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Polarflug - Bill ready with the 400mm camera - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: tse2002
Zimbabwe rest area - eclipse over the baobab tree - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: ase2012
3rd contact, 400mm at Shasta Lake Dam in California - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Between C3 and C4 - sunspots - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Bill Kramer watching for C1 using Hydrogen Alpha telescope - courtesy of Denise Kramer
It does not take long for a crowd to gather at the Shasta Lake dam. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: vt2012
Preparing an observing site on the pier at Bora Bora. The Paul Gauguin cruise ship has two reflectors (10 and 12). We also had a hydrogen alpha telescope and great hospitality from islanders and the cruise staff. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
In the late afternoon the transit was finished for us as this cloud front moved in with rain. We were packed up and back on board the Paul Gauguin cruise ship before it arrived having seen most of the Transit of Venus. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
The start of the Transit of Venus photographed using a solar filter and Canon 400mm. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Tear drop effect. Seeing was not great with slight clouds. We could see the transit clearly however there was a pronounced tear drop effect visible just like Captain Cook saw in 1769. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
End of the tear drop effect. Cannon 400mm with solar filter, slight haze. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: tse2012
Partial Eclipse with Canon 400mm (cropped) and solar filter. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
C2 plus a few seconds as the prominences are still visible. Canon 400mm handheld on board the Paul Gauguin cruise ship. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Canon 400mm handheld on board the Paul Gauguin cruise ship. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Diamond ring with lens flaring. Handheld on board the Paul Gauguin. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Partial eclipse after C3. Cannon 400mm and solar filter. - courtesy of Denise Kramer
Gallery: p2014oct
Clear sky! Bill Kramer very happy with the weather for the partial eclipse. - courtesy of Denise Kramer

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