Partial solar eclipse. 33% peak coverage here, but still, quite magnificent. One big cluster of sunspots visible, plus two smaller ones. Not nearly as much coverage as the May 2012 eclipse (also a partial), but we can't be too picky!
Think of Pacman, or a wheel of cheese with a chunk missing, then remember the big orange ball in the sky is 93 million miles away and is still blinding to look at with the naked eye even when partially obscured. Solar film used let 1/1000th of 1% of the light through (neutral density 5) for safe viewing.