More Info from the LA Times:
From our vantage point in Southern California, the moon will block about 85% of the sun's diameter, leaving behind a crescent-shaped sliver.
In Los Angeles, the moon will begin to obscure the sun at 5:24 p.m., reach its maximum coverage at 6:38 p.m., and exit the sun's path at 7:42 p.m., just 10 minutes before sunset.
ok, dug out an old welding hood , I'm ready to go Bitches.
That was one of the coolest things I've ever seen!
My sister in Vegas drove out to Mesquite to see it. Said it was really cool
this was at my sister's house in LB/Lakewood area.
My son took this picture. he just held a piece of welders glass in front of the lens
I was able to get a couple decent pics thanks to the heavy cloud layer here in HB. it was pretty cool.
so I set my camera's timer to 10 seconds and threw it up in the air. this is what I got...