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Pics: The solar eclipse, as captured by you

Wow.

NOPE, IT DIDN’T look like this:

Or this…

ecsmallfb Source: Michael O'Reilly

So what did the solar eclipse look like?

People have been taking snaps (hopefully without looking at the sun, because that would not be a Good Thing) and sharing them on Twitter.

Here’s what has been seen so far:

_DSC0104 Galway Source: Marta Bolgan

Solar Eclipse Over Dublin On March 20th 2015. Photograph by Paul Source: Paul Hughes

photo (11) The Burren, Co Clare Source: Maura Mongan

20150320_093509-1 Rahugh Kilbeggan Co. Westmeath Source: Mark Murphy

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Douglas, Co Cork Source: Christian Carley

20150320_090825 Co Wicklow Source: James O'Donoghue

20150320_095438 Loughrea Source: Jacqui Madden

unnamed Galway Source: Aidan Maguire

Eclipse-Collection Carrigtwohill East Cork Source: John Finn

image9 The Phoenix Park Source: Darren Martin

image2 The Phoenix Park

Solar Eclipse over Cork City this morning. Picture: Rory Coomey Source: Rory Coomey

IMG_6577 Source: Eibhlín McCarthy

Eclipse taken in Rush County Dublin Source: Conor Healy Photography

IMG_6938 Source: Eoghan Dunne

3 Midleton Co Cork Source: John Hanrahan

IMG_1445+ Source: Andrei Strok

IMG_5847 Taken by St Louis School in Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan Source: Noel Hogan

TCD partial solar eclipse-2 Jack Crushel aged 10 from Dublin outside Trinity College Source: Paul Sharp

IMG_4647 Ranelagh, Dublin Source: Mary Kavanagh

DSC_0118 Bere Island Source: Thomas Walsh

Monaghan Eclipse Monaghan Town Source: Peter Trant

2015-03-20 09.54.22 Strokestown in Co Roscommon Source: Philip Duignan

image1 (1) Source: Ronan Furlong

Solar Eclipse3 Midleton Co Cork Source: Karina Leeson

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image1 (2) Cork Source: Debbie Casey

Spare a thought for those of us (like everyone in TheJournal.ie Towers) who couldn’t see anything at all. Boo.

picture this fb Source: Picture This via Facebook

There were some strange happenings going on though…

This amazing video also shows us what happened, in fantastic detail:

Source: John Hough/YouTube

Did you capture any good snaps? Email tips@thejournal.ie

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