EMJ’s solar eclipse photos from across the U.S.
A total eclipse of the sun occurred across the U.S. on Monday, August 21, and several EMJ team members captured photos of the historic event.
During the solar eclipse, 14 states across the U.S. were in the path of totality and experienced more than two minutes of darkness in the middle of the day—with a partial eclipse viewable all across North America. The eclipse spanned the country from west to east, giving many the opportunity to see the event in ranging forms, from totality to a mid-day crescent.
The path of totality hit just north of our Chattanooga headquarters, where Marketing Coordinator Debbie Finley took the below photo in Dayton, Tenn.
Here’s a photo from the Collegedale Commons job site in Collegedale, Tenn., where Superintendent Matt Uebler watched the eclipse with representatives from the Collegedale Tomorrow Foundation.
Shop Drawing Expeditor Michelle Parker took this photo of crescent shadows outside of EMJ’s Chattanooga office.
Corporate Recruiter Lauren Purdy snapped this photo of Dallas team members viewing the eclipse through protective glasses.
A shot of the eclipse in Dallas by Director of Construction Conan Schantz.
Corporate Recruiter Julie Chandler took this photo of a tree projecting mini eclipse shadows.
Level II Superintendent Chuck Wilson photographed the eclipse from Shaw Create Centre in Cartersville, Ga.
Superintendent Steven Dowis captured the eclipse’s movement on the Lidl job site in Florence, S.C., an area of 99% coverage.
If you missed it, the next total solar eclipse visible over the continental U.S. will take place on April 8, 2024, with the path of the shadow making its way up from Mexico, through Texas and ultimately up to New York and into Canada.
To learn more about the eclipse and see photos from NASA, click here.