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BOISE -- The moon slid across the sun Sunday evening, creating a spectacular ring of fire in the skies.

In the Treasure Valley, KTVB viewers grabbed their cameras and aimed them at the skies.

Since staring at the sun is dangerous, viewers employed their ingenuity and used things like welding goggles and pinhole projectors to capture the eclipse.

You can view their shots in our gallery and contribute your own in our First Person section.You can also post your eclipse photography on our Facebook page.

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