shot a multi-exposure sequence of this morning's annular solar eclipse
from Kampala, Uganda. After thirteen cloudy mornings in a row, the sky
was clear for the eclipse!
the time the moon started going in front of one side of the sun, to the
time it finished coming out from the other side, took about 3 hours. But the
"ring" only lasted 6-8 minutes.
with Thousand Oaks black polymer solar filters for the ends of my camera's lenses, I brought a few
pairs of mylar sunglasses, so that people around me could safely get
views of the eclipse.