The sun obscured by the moon but for a tiny outline around it, with broad patterns in the corona visible. The star Regulus is seen to the lower left of the sun.

This is a mean stack of a series of bracketed exposures from 1/4000s up to 1/8s taken during totality in Shelburne, Vermont, on April 8, 2024.

There were some really thin, high level clouds, so there’s no significant detail in the moon itself or the corona.

Count Time Count Time
6x 1/8s 6x 1/250s
6x 1/15s 6x 1/500s
6x 1/30s 6x 1/1000s
6x 1/60s 6x 1/2000s
6x 1/125s 6x 1/4000s
Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG DN Contemporary
Vixen Polarie
Panasonic Lumix S5II
Adobe Photoshop 2024, Capture One