This is Gordon checking in from Solar Eclipse Timer. I have really enjoyed everyone's posts and images from the 2017 eclipse! Great work by everyone.
I haven't posted in a while because I have been working on continuing my eclipse education efforts by starting a new YouTube channel to prepare people for upcoming eclipses. I have enough content out there now that I figured I would share it with you guys at this point. There is much more to come. I am trying to get all of the partial phase phenomena things covered first. Then I have to start to work on the updates to the app to get ready for 2019. After that, I will do video versions of my posts that were called Demystifying Solar Eclipse Eclipse Photography.
So, please enjoy them and share them with other interested eclipse chasers. Consider subscribing to my channel and you will get updates as I post more videos
The main channel link is https://www.youtube....U97J11hg27rdSNQ
Some videos that may interest you are:
The colored horizon
Chicken behavior during the eclipse
The sharp and fuzzy shadow phenomena
An overview of the PPISC feature in my app