Today, on October 25th, 2022, a partial solar eclipse occurred over most of Europe and Asia. For this opportunity, I traveled a lot across Slovakia, looking for some clear skies over the beautiful mountainous landscapes. Eventually, I made it happen nearby Ždiar, from where the peaks of the Belian Tatras appeared just below the sun, giving me such a dramatic view while the eclipse progressed. The highest peak in the image is Havran (2152 m), left from center Ždiarska Vidľa (2142 m) and the lowest peak on left is Hlúpy Vrch (2 061 m). I was not able to finish the whole eclipse story in the image as the clouds covered the sky last 30 minutes of the eclipse, but still, such an amazing and wild solar eclipse gazing the Slovakian sky offered! Used Canon 6D, Sigma 35mm, vary exposures and aperture, for eclipse used AstroSolar Baader Folia.
On the second image, you can also check some details on the solar photosphere as I also used MTO 1100mm (f10.5) to capture the structures of the lunar limb in front of the Sun. This image was one of the series, taken some minutes before the maximum of the eclipse (which occurred at 12:34PM CEST from my location). Camera was used Canon Ra, ISO 640, 1/1250s, tracked with Vixen GP-2 mount (also filtered with solar folia).