On Sunday May 20, the first solar eclipse in years appeared in the sky. Between 5:24 p.m. PST and 7:24 p.m., the moon blocked out the sun and left gorgeous crescent shaped shadows across the Western United States.
Check out some of the stunning shots that were posted. Here’s hoping these people didn’t look directly at the sun. Did you get pictures of tonight’s ring of fire eclipse? We’d love to see them. Post a link in the comments below.