Solar Eclipse Sunset


Australian was treated to the astronomical phenomenon as the Moon moves between the Sun and the Earth, occluding roughly 65 per cent of the star’s light.  
In an annular eclipse the Moon does not completely cover the Sun, and the Sun forms a thin ring around the Moon at maximum eclipse depth. From Australia though, we only get to see a partial eclipse. 29 April 2014. 
Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Australia
Circle on Cavil Surfers Paradise shopping centre,  A spectacular sight of the sun phenomenon

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Queensland Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Bridge Surfers Paradise Queensland
Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Bridge Surfers Paradise Queensland
Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Bridge Surfers Paradise Queensland
Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Bridge Surfers Paradise Queensland
Australia 29 April 2014

Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Surfers Paradise Queensland
Australia 29 April 2014
Partial Solar Eclipse Sunset Chevron Island Bridge Surfers Paradise Queensland
Australia 29 April 2014