Description Total solar eclipse from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. An image taken during totality was combined with an image of the moon to form this composite view showing what actually transpires during an eclipse. This eclipse occurred in July 1991, at a time when the sun was very active. That caused the large solar flares seen in the glare of the sun's corona during totality. The duration of totality was nearly seven minutes, about the longest it can be.
Frank Zullo, Phoenix, AZ Member Since May 2011 Artist Statement I have been a professional photographer for about 40 years. Whether as a documentary film cameraman, a television news cameraman or a trudging-through-the-wilds, staying-up-all-night nature photographer, I always seem to be looking through a viewfinder exploring and trying to capture one of life's many interesting aspects.
I am a true lover of the desert with its hard-edged landscapes and wide open skies. Most recently I have been focusing my explorations on Native American rock art and archaeoastronomy.