"Canyonlands Eclipse" Limited Run of 25

  • Variety of sizes from 16 x 24 inches to 45 x 60 inches
  • Choose premium luster paper, canvas with a protective finish, or aluminum metal
  • Metal and canvas prints are ready to hang
  • Luster paper is unframed. Ask about framing options
  • Vibrant colors brought to life with museum quality inks and materials
  • This artwork is a composite of multiple photographs taken at different times and locations

Annular Solar Eclipse 2023 Photography

The solar eclipse of October 2023 was cutting across some incredible parks in the western United States. Viewing them is rare enough as it is, but to be able to witness it in such a beautiful landscape provided extra incentive.

This shot is a composite taken from the same location - the foreground, eclipse, and sun spikes were all exposed separately, and then the sky darkened to add contrast.

The only other solar eclipse I've viewed as the one back in 2017 - we traveled down to a bird sanctuary as a family and made a day out of it, even keeping the kids out of their first day of school. It's one of our favorite memories.

This trip would involve a lot more travel, and there's a total eclipse coming next year. So for the annular eclipse, where the moon's disc is smaller than the sun, creating a ring of fire, my middle child was the only one that wanted to travel across the country and potentially need to hike 20 miles through snow to see it.

We originally planned to go to Crater Lake, as the path of totality was predicted to go right overhead. However, the forecast promised clouds as the big day approached, so we had to pivot. Thank goodness for travel insurance!

My backup was in southeastern Utah - Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Park were both supposed to be in the totality. I grabbed what was likely the last hotel room between the park and my kid and I started our 20 hour trek. We needed every hour, as the camera gear I rented didn't arrive until just before our planned flight.

As an added challenge, I discovered my tripod was missing a screw when we got to Green River and I wanted to get a shot of the sunset for the night before. Perfect!

If it was easy, it wouldn't be worth it.

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How to hang and frame Jeff Pfaller Photography

Luster Paper Framing Options

All Luster Paper prints are unframed.

If you'd like me to frame the print for you, follow these steps:

Step 1: Buy your print or contact me for options and pricing
Step 2: I will confirm your choices by email
Step 3: Pay for your frame

That's it!

What framing options do you have?
I can do a wide variety of mats, framing materials, colors, and finishes. Just ask!

Can I return a framed print?
I will be able to refund you the cost of the print, but the cost for custom framing is not refundable.

What about metal and canvas prints?
Metal and canvas prints come ready to hang with hardware included.

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  • Use cardboard (try the box it comes in!) or newspaper to make a template to position the print
  • Use included hardware or self-threading screws / anchors
  • Get help with larger prints


  • Eyeball placement without measuring
  • Use nails
  • Hang larger prints by yourself
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