'Digiscoped' 5-image composite image acquired over the 2-hour course of a total eclipse of the sun. Shown is a crop of the original 11-image sequence. The 1st image was taken mid-eclipse just before the sun was completely covered by the moon. Totality (images 2 to 4) itself lasted just 1.5 minutes. The unique circumstances and tight time constraints, not to mention image-processing skill-set, made this the hardest technical photo-challenge David has undertaken. The 5th image is the 'diamond ring' effect, signifying the end of totality. The original image prints to a width of 3 metres, allowing details such as the sun's corona bent by magnetic fields and fiery red solar prominences (flares) to be easily seen. Two modest frame options currently available of 5-image sequence: 30x40 cm & 52x20 cm, both with archival mounts. For larger frames/prints (11-sequence images), do contact David.