The "annular eclipse" has receded into the astronomical past.
The took place 18 years ago. The next one visible from the mainland United States won't be until 2023, says National Geographic.
The photo above was taken at the peak of the eclipse by Debbie Freeman Edwards of Cottonwood, in Shasta County, California.
Folks there saw the moon in the middle of the sun, surrounded by a ring of fire.
In the Bay Area, the moon never completely centered itself between the sun and the earth.
Debbie emailed her snapshot to Tiana Turner of San Leandro, who was eclipse gazing at the San Leandro Marina Sunday evening with her friend, Kennie Sharpe of San Mateo.
Tiana, in turn, emailed the snapshot to Patch.
Patch reader Lisa DeLapo added two other views.
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