It was a week ago, but we're still seeing some incredible pictures of the Great American Eclipse August 21st.

This series was put together by Mike Daniels, who drove south from the Bitterroot Valley into Idaho to catch the full totality experience.

And he wasn't alone in that journey to Idaho. Stories have been coming in all week about long lines of cars in Yellowstone Park, on I-15 and even at Salmon, Idaho.

The eclipse, a combination of happy coincidences of the Earth-Moon relationship, was probably seen by more people than ever in the history of the planet.

This photo splice is fine way to remember it.