Great shots guys. I was far from totality. Also, don't gasp, but I've never used solar filters going back to the May 1994 annular solar eclipse. You can hand hold the camera with the lens off the sun's centerline for a second or two to get the shot. So long as you don't lock the lens with the sun in view (like with a tripod), damage to the lens and sensor is zero. I've never damaged a camera or lens by not using a solar filter. The melting Canon video was for greenhorns, but needed to be shown because more people would've attempted just that.
I had to fight clouds for the second time since 2012, but they added a nice depth to the scene. No HDR in this shot as the clouds are naturally underexposed from the sun. 320mm effective at f/11.