I tossed around whether to blog the eclipse or not. I'm not planning to deal with astronomy until 2019, but I took some pretty decent photos so I caved.
Denver was in the area of about 90% eclipse, so it was pretty nice. A few of the tribe were planning to go to the path of totality in Wyoming but didn't get to, so we had a yard party.
I set up my cell phone on a tripod with a #14 welder filter over the aperture and took the following photos.
The sun, filtering through the fir tree in the back yard also produced some nice pinhole effects.
And there was some nice iridescence in the high cirrus clouds moving into the area, but it didn't come out very well on the photos.
Still, it was a nice day with family and the last total solar eclipse that I'm likely to see in this lifetime.
I'll probably review these photographs in more detail in a couple of years.