9. Going back, after the full eclipse, the Moon's light is first seen again over the object's upper right horizon.
- The Moon's light is fantastically changed.
- To the right, the view is of a fantastic valley.
- It's as if the Moon's light is tipped away and spread wide and deep.
- You see an expansive valley with no real discernable valley floor at this early point.
- Instead of any sort of actual valley floor at this early point before the wave of the shadow has crossed over the object, a flat white cloud looking effect is seen every where in the area of the valley between the mountains.
- The entire scene is surrounded around it's perimeter with the Moon's seemingly piled up surface light forming the sight of many very uniform looking steep faced mountains.
A normal looking view off into the distance of a valley in a land area is seen.
Even the flat while clouds look natural.
- The view of the valley is oriented exactly the way you would expect a view of a valley to look.