Some of our favorite shots from this weeks Solar Eclipse!
Brett Keith was certainly excited about seeing the eclipse Monday.
Declan Blanchard, 2, also saw the eclipse though a welding helmet at Black Lake.
Doris Salard Whatley went on a “girls road trip” with friends Margaret Daigle and Robin Miller to Sweetwater, Tenn., to view the total solar eclipse.
Haley Taitano views the eclipse though speciality glasses at the NPL eclipse observation party. Photo by Hannah Richardson
At right, Jacob, Jack and Makayla Vailes viewed the eclipse from the comfort of their trampoline.
Photo by Jeannie Friday of Creston while visiting Nashville, Tenn.
Photo by Karie Bradford of Castor
There was a great turnout at the Natchitoches Parish Library eclipse observation party Monday. The event was hosted by NSU professor Dr. Chad Thibodeaux. Many viewed the eclipse though their safety glasses while others viewed it from special telescopes, provided by Thibodeaux. Photo by Hannah Richardson
Lily Liles and Leigha Busby saw the eclipse from Exchange Bank on South Drive.
Myranda and Paisley Adkins view the eclipse Aug. 21 at the Natchitoches Parish Library though a special telescope. Photo by Ashley Froust
A large crowd of NSU students and faculty gathered at the CAPA fountain to witness the solar eclipse Monday. Professor Michael Yankowski’s photography students set up a tent and had several safe viewing options available.
Taylor Dick observes the eclipse at the tent at the CAPA fountain.
Remington Bamberg, 2, looks at the eclipse, protected by a welder’s helmet.
Jack and Sara Dunn sit on the steps of the library to view the eclipse. Photo by Ashley Froust
Photo by Steven Clanton on St. Denis Street
Toto, owned by Virginia Williams, wore protective eyewear on the day of the eclipse.
Kasmine Williams and Tricia Nelson from Wheat Physical Therapy viewed the Solar Eclipse.