Georgia Total Eclipse Guide
On August 21, a remarkable event will occur over Georgia. A rare total eclipse will pass directly over one of America’s great states. If you are planning to view the total eclipse in Georgia, you need the Georgia Total Eclipse Guide.
This book has everything you need to know about viewing and photographing the eclipse from the Georgia area. In it, you will find some of the secret locations locals know.
Why Buy the Georgia Total Eclipse Guide?
Where should you watch the eclipse from? How will you find these locations? If you have never been to the state of Georgia before, you might get lost. You don’t want to be lost on the big day of the eclipse! The book even will tell you exactly where to stand if you want to see the eclipse directly over any of the state’s unique viewing points. It’s not where you think it is!
This commemorative official guide has information on lodging, travel and local secrets. You will find a wealth of information about how to safely and successfully photograph this rare total eclipse that will traverse the United States.
How Does the Commemorative Official Guidebook Work?
Sastrugi Press has included a special section at the back to write down your personal total eclipse notes. You can write what you thought, felt, who you were with, and where you stayed in your own personal copy.
Each person in your group or family should have their own copy. That way they can write their own notes down and keep the book as a keepsake.
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Georgia Total Eclipse Guide information
Author: Aaron Linsdau
ISBN: eBook only
Page Count: 70
If you plan to photograph, use binoculars, or a telescope, then you need a solar filter for your optics. Go to the www.totaleclipseguide.com/filters page to select the right filter for your camera, binoculars, or telescope.
You need one of these filters, otherwise you will fry the inside of your camera. Worse, you can permanently blind yourself. Hurry and buy these soon, as there is little time to receive them before the eclipse.
This book is a keepsake. Get a copy for each of your family members.
Keepsake Notes Section
- Who was I with?
- What did I see?
- What did I feel?
- What did the people with me think?
- Where did I stay?
Georgia Total Eclipse Guide Photography Locations
Photography Filters for a Total Eclipse
Where will the sun be?
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