On march 20th 2015, a deep partial eclipse was visible in The Netherlands. About 84% of the sun's diameter was cvovered by the moon. Unfortunately, due to extensive cloud cover, the eclipse was barely visible, only for a few moments during the event, the sun popped through the clouds. However, the opportunity arised to do a little photographic experiment to capture the amount of light during tyhe eclipse. Using the same settings for every shot, it was very clear that it became noticably darker around maximum eclipse.