Total eclipse of the heartland

I couldn’t help myself with the title, so please accept my apologies. My son and I were going to drive to Missouri to make totality but as we headed northeast, we started to see significant cloud buildup in the distance. As there was a lot of cloud cover in many parts of our region, I decided that it would be better to see what we could unobstructed than gamble the drive and be stuck in clouds. I didn’t do a whole lot of shooting, mostly because I wanted to enjoy the eclipse. In that vein, here’s one shot of Ivan checking out the around 80% coverage in far northeast Oklahoma.

Image of young boy sitting and watching the 2017 solar eclipse with glasses on.