Where did you view the eclipse this afternoon? We went to Civic Center Park, along with hundreds of others, to watch the phenomenon unfold. At 11:47 a.m., during the height of the eclipse, the City and County building rang its bells in honor of the event. Most attendees had glasses, while others created other methods of viewing including a makeshift pinhole projector using a Coors Light box. Take a look to see scenes from the event and then share your photos with us by tagging us on Twitter and Instagram. We’ll update this post with more photos as we receive them.

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BONUS: Here’s a view of the total eclipse as seen from Nebraska by our photo manager Kyle Cooper.

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All photos by Brittany Werges, unless stated otherwise. 

 

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Brittany is a Denver native and the managing editor of 303 Magazine. She has a passion for great writing and she hoards collects magazines like Lucky Peach (RIP) and the New Yorker. Brittany is also a big fan of podcasts and public radio, and you can usually find her cooking while listening to either. As the former food editor, she takes a picture of everything she eats and (shamefully) 99 percent of the photos on her phone are of food. See for yourself and follow her on Instagram and Twitter

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