The first images of the solar eclipse show the natural phenomenon at its best – and how some commercially-minded people are making the most of things.
Cloudy it may have been but as these images show, the solar eclipse was still pretty impressive.
People up and down the country have posted their pictures of the Moon covering the Sun, and many reported an eerie silence as birds fell quiet and it felt like the middle of the night.
In London the eclipse started at around 8:25am, when the Moon began to touch the Sun's edge, making it look as though it had taken a bite out of it.
It peaked at 9:31am, and is expected to end at 10:41am.
This is what it looked like from space:
Here are some of the best pictures from Twitter
— Chris Grimmer (@chris_grimmer) March 20, 2015
This eclipse was eclipsed by the eclipse of 1999. #eclipse2015— Pete Sinclair (@pete_sinclair) March 20, 2015
And here are more pictures from around the UK and further afield...
The eclipse in London (Source: Getty)