The annular eclipse when viewed from Boise was impressive and a remarkable, noteworthy event. Taking photos was enhanced by some high, thin clouds that added depth and perspective to what can otherwise be rare, but a little boring (no offense - traditional images are still often onc-e-in-a-lifetime shots), images of a yellow-to-white crescent sun, eclipsed by a black moon and sky. We have little control over this...it's all up to nature, but yesterday's eclipse which also happened right before sunset, provided the perfect opportunity to take some incredible shots of the event, with a little color and perspective thrown in. This was taken from East BOise, during the last 8-12 minutes of the eclipse on 5/20/12 using a #11 gold coated welder's glass with a ND4 filter as well. Canon camera with a 100-400mm L zoom. ISO 400. 1/250 shutter speed. F/22. Enjoy!