AMAZING PHOTOS - Not all sundial related.
Attribution given where known
The sun shines on a horizontal dial, made by Tony Moss, located above the Arctic Circle.at midnight on the summer solstice.
Photo by Louise Rigozzi
The sun sets, framed by the Arc de Triumph on 11th May - my birthday.
I guess it’s just coincidence.
The sun crosses the meridian line in Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, Rome during a partial eclipse.
Photo by Mario Arnaldi
A total eclipse of the sun inside the antarctic circle
A multiple exposure photo taken during the Transit of Venus catches the International Space Station transiting at the same time.
Photo by Tomas Maruska
The aurora borealis over the active Hekla volcano - in Iceland.
Photo by Sigurour Stefnisson
An eclipse of the sun taken from the MIR space station
Members of the British Sundial Society look into a chalice dial in the workshop of David Harber.
Photo by Mike Shaw