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Brooklynites flood parks, share eclipse glasses, La Croix pinhole cameras

Questions of “Wait, but I still don’t understand why it’ll blind you,” and “Oh, it looks so weird!” are abounding, currently, as Brooklynites flood local parks with their DIY pinhole cameras, official eclipse glasses and colanders, flouting PSAs not to look at the sun unprotected and staring up at the sun unprotected. No one seems to be blind as a direct result of the eclipse yet, but it is amateur hour out there. It’s also unite in the name of the sun hour, and tourists and local residents alike are visibly coming together to share their jenky if authorized eye protection so as to view the sun.

Here are some highlights from the internet from those who experienced the eclipse and lived to tell the tale.

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Photo by Hannah Frishberg / Brokelyn
Photo by Hannah Frishberg / Brokelyn

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What's everybody lookin' at? #brooklyneclipse #solareclipse2017 #prospectpark

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Photo by Hannah Frishberg
Photo by Hannah Frishberg / Brokelyn

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Photo by Hannah Frishberg
Photo by Hannah Frishberg / Brokelyn

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total eclipse of our senses #brooklyneclipse #williamsburg #twhbk

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Photo by Hannah Frishberg / Brokelyn
Photo by Hannah Frishberg / Brokelyn

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Farfel Frishberg, Amateur Astrologer [: @chickpub]

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