A few modest photographs of the progress of the disc of the moon moving across the disc of the sun, seen as a projection (not as dramatic as photographs taken through filters looking directly at the sun itself).

As the eclipse reached its maximum, the sky noticeably darkened -- not the way it does at night but the way it looks when there is a large forest fire and the smoke and haze create a strange filter to the normal sunlight.  

All the shadows of the trees took on the shape of a thousand fragmented crescents, similar to the shadows seen in this image.

There are many other (more spectacular) images of the eclipse from around the world available for viewing at various sites, such as here and here.