For the Solar Eclipse in Duluth, MN, it was very difficult to capture. The on 8/21, the whole day was very cloudy. 1:06 pm was the fullest eclipse, I was able capture the eclipse on 1:07pm. It was a extremely lucky shot because the eclipse was only visible for about 3 minutes the entire day, and it just happened that the clouds was breaking off for a brief moment when the eclipse was the fullest (in Duluth, Minnesota, the fullest eclipse visible was about 70%). The Sun was covered by streaks of clouds even when it was visible.