For those lucky enough to travel to the totality and to get clear skies, the eclipse was a stunning event. While in Salem, Ore., Coastal Star Publisher Jerry Lower photographed an every 10-minute exposure to create this time-lapse image.
Thomas and Troy Rockett, students at Morikami Elementary, look at the eclipse through safety glasses at Florida Atlantic University. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Sunlight filtered through leaves of a tree showing on the ground in the parking lot of the Delray Beach Public Library gave Michelle Quigley an opportunity to capture mini-eclipses.
Boca Raton resident Shaina Yeslow brought a colander to watch the eclipse, using it to capture mini-eclipses. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Tytan Halfhill of Briny Breezes took The Coastal Star’s advice and wore his safety glasses to view the eclipse. Photo provided by Mikee Rulli
Gulf Stream resident Julie Murphy traveled to Clemson, S.C., to photograph the totality.
Ocean Ridge residents Neil and Zoanne Hennigan caught the eclipse in Salem, Ore., while visiting their daughter. Their dog, Potter, practiced safe eclipse viewing.