Time lapse image sequence of the solar eclipse over ruins of Fort Churchill in the Nevada desert. All the images used were taken from the camera (with an intervalometer) in a fixed composition without any movement of the camera or tampering of the suns position relative the landscape. The eclipse related sun images were captured with a solar filter. They were then stacked together and blended in photoshop to create a single image as shown here. Just after the maximum eclipse, clouds moved in and obscured the view of the sun for the second half. But it ended up resulting in a nice sunset that I was able to incorporate in the final set of exposures after removing the solar filter.