Total Solar Eclipse

I stood on the shore of Idaho's Egin Lakes, surrounded by sand dunes, watching the eclipse with my family. With a pair of eclipse glasses taped to the end of my lens and my heavy camera perched up on a flimsy gorilla pod, I would press the shutter button every 1-2 minutes. The end result, after stitching the selected photos together, is this gratifying image of the eclipse sequence...reaching complete totality.