On the morning of June 10th, there was an annular eclipse of the sun. The forecast was excellent the day before, but later in the evening, it called for 30% cloud coverage between 4 and 6 am. At sunrise the eclipse had already begun, and from my location I was unable to see the ring of fire. As it was taking place, several astronomers and I were sending data to Gianluca Masi who was broadcasting the event live through the Virtual Telescope project. Below are some of my images, and you can replay the video at the bottom of the page in case you slept in.
As you can see, clouds were a problem.