I didn’t plan ahead for the solar eclipse. We were in the Adirondacks, far from the path of totality and I didn’t purchase the filters necessary to ideally capture it. However, our plan of climbing Algonquin Peak on that day coincided wonderfully with the eclipse. We arrived at the peak just as the moon started to cover the sun. On our way down, some small clouds were blown in front of the sun. With my camera settings maxed out (1/8000th shutter!) I was able to snag this. The sun was still too bright, but this flare shows the eclipse well.