An amazing view to a total solar eclipse

Photographers reveal the mysterious beauty of yesterday's total solar eclipse. Look now; the next one doesn't happen until 2015.

Photographer Patricia Woods looks at the solar eclipse in Brisbane, Australia, through the viewfinder of her Canon 7D. Patricia Woods

Did you miss out on the total solar eclipse yesterday?

Take a look at our breathtaking gallery that features pictures of the total (and partial) solar eclipse from the northern tip of Australia, various island countries in the South Pacific, and near Chile.

Then start honing your photography skills. The next total solar eclipse occurs in March 2015.

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