Patrick Flynn Tuesday, March 22 2011 @ 09:35 PM EDT I went to Easter Island last July to shoot the total solar eclipse, my second one ever and first since 1998. Then about five months later I drove to a Northern Virginia park about five miles from my home, to capture the lunar totality. The composite result of those two photographs is this single image. The solar corona that is visible here is actually a compilation of seven individual exposures that were blended via the Pelletier Method. So a total of eight images went into this photograph's creation, and I think that overall this effect is about as fantastical as possible while still presenting documentary photography. I submitted this image to Astronomy Picture of the Day, but received no response from them. So I just thought I would see how this brand-new TPN forum digs an authentic lunar-solar double!