A partial "hybrid" solar eclipse was in progress at sunrise today. I woke up spontaneously early enough to drive around and find a good eastern horizon. I was concerned about the low cloud bank but once the Sun finally broke over it the eclipse was still in effect. Not as spectacular as the pictures you will see later from eclipse chasers that traveled all the way to Africa for the full show but this is the best eclipse Southeastern PA saw. You can plainly see active sunspot regions 1882,1884, 1885, and 1889 on the right side of the solar disk in the photo.
1/160sec, f16, ISO100 with variable circular neutral density filter.
I even caught this Canada Goose flying through this shot, if only it was sharper!