My best attempt at an HDR of the Great American Eclipse so far. Really pleased to have this image awarded an Honourable Mention in the international section of the Shadow of the Moon eclipse photo contest (especially as Fred Espinak was one of the judges! See https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.522809441413943&type=1 for all the winning images). My image was an HDR constructed from 14 individual exposures ranging from 1/1000th of a second through to 2 seconds at ISO 140 using a Pentax k-5 DSLR attached to an Astro-Tech 65mm quadruplet telescope at 420mm focal-length. I used the radial-blur method to process the HDR stack and highlight both the inner and outer sections of the corona along with some earth-shine and solar prominences. Still buzzing about the whole experience as it was only my second successful total eclipse and the first was way back in 1988! Took this from a ranch south east of Casper, Wyoming and totality lasted 2 minutes and 26 seconds.