Solar eclipse 2006 String of pearls
Fig. 67: Only a tiny bit of the sun can be seen through a valley at the moon's edge. Now the prominences can be recognized with a beautiful red glow. There are prominences, which can extend even one solar radius out into space. One like that during an eclipse would be cool! — William Optics Zenithstar 105 ED Triplet APO f/7, 2x Nikon teleconverter, Nikon F100, Fujichrome Velvia 100F, 1/1000s, Side, Turkey, March 29, 2006