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This image summarizes the whole experience of watching the 2017 total solar eclipse from a field in Casper Wyoming. The sun during its partial phases was captured with a Canon DSLR and 300mm lens using a glass solar filter. During totality the filter was removed and several bracketed sequences of images were captured to produce the totality image in the center. A GoPro camera also recorded a wide-field image once every 5 seconds for the whole three hours. By lucky (unlucky?) happenstance, a pair of hot-air balloons passed through the sky a few minutes before totality, so the GoPro images from that time were also added in to show the paths of the balloons, one of which passed quite close to the sun.