The Sun, seen through a pane of #12 welder’s glass, 2 hours 7 minutes after the transit ended and 1 hour 16 minutes after sunrise in Mesa, AZ:
Nope… definitely no Venus there. :)
Scroll down, though, for BrendanLoy.com’s transit team coverage from the more favorable viewing locations of Newington, CT and New York, NY, as well as from webcasts around the globe.
P.S. Speaking of which, D.C.-area Correspondent Dane Lindberg reports: “Unfortunately efforts here in DC failed. It was a very cloudy, overcast morning, with fog where I was, and given that my planned method for viewing the transit was using a pair of binoculars to project the image… viewing the transit was not meant to be. As a result, no Cicada transit pictures to provide. However, I do plan on trying to catch the rerun in eight years.” Oh, well. Thanks for trying, Dane. :)
I look forward to seeing my parents’ pictures (still awaiting word from Central Park from my mom) and videos. Also, Andrew has promised some photos of Reagan tributes later on.