First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
Well captured Lucy. All I could think of at the time was that I shouldn't be looking directly at the sun so I didn't take a single photo. Wish that I had.
Hello Anna - that was like me at the eclipse. That day, the cloud was so dense the sun was a silver disc and you could easily look at the moon crossing it without any problem . . . but all I did was keep looking furtively out of the corner of my eye - and have regretted it ever since. All the same, I wouldn't have pointed a camera at it then in case the cloud cleared but when we had the red sun, the cloud cover was so consistently dense I don't think there was a risk. Though now I'm wondering if perhaps I was too cavalier and had a narrow escape!
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