Top image is a guitar Chris HAS used in the past, an ESP E-II Eclipse - 7 in Black Satin. Price seems to be around $1,600 and up from second hand sellers, ESP has discontinued this specific model.
Bottom image is ESP’s EC-407, same body type and head stock shape, with slight hardware differences (tuners for E-II are Sperzel Locking, EC-407 just has LTD tuners listed on the site, bridge is different as well - Gotoh vs. Tom & Tailpiece), and the obvious cosmetic difference of the fret inlays and headstock inlays/decorations. It also comes in Satin Black. It’s also about $800.
Yerkes Observations, 1918 Solar Eclipse Expedition (part II)
1. Prominences around the sun taken with the 61.5-foot coelostat telescope at Green River, Wyoming. Photographed on the Yerkes Observatory expedition to Wyoming to record the total solar eclipse of June 8, 1918.
2. Corona of the sun taken through clouds with a 61.5-foot coelostat telescope using a 6-inch lens. Photographed on the Yerkes Observatory expedition to Wyoming to record the total solar eclipse of June 8, 1918.
3. Corona of the sun (1 second exposure). Photographed on the Yerkes Observatory expedition to Colorado to record the total solar eclipse of June 8, 1918.
i think it’s hilarious how people shun inanimate insanity for “having too much drama” cause like
steven universe handles topics involving abuse, the main protagonist is mentally dead inside at age 14, there’s shit going on involving grief, self worth, trauma, and so much more “drama” and many people cherish the show for doing so, (as do i) saying it’s helping people who can relate to all of this, as well as all the lgbt stuff that goes on in there being really cool.
but as soon as inanimate insanity handles self-worth, friendship and betrayal it’s woah that’s way too much drama this show is horrible