Well, the great US solar eclipse of 2017 is history; I am back home, and have had time to review my eclipse images. While NASA will not be requesting copies, some of them are not too bad. In several, you can see even solar prominences. Although I was set up hours in advance, the period of totality (just under two minutes and thirty seconds) flew by (It wasn't only Einstein who found a link between eclipses and relativity!). I only had time to use one camera.
The images begin as totality starts and end just as the sun reemerges. I also threw in two images in which (just for fun) I used a photo processing program filter.
Here is the Dropbox link to the images:
The images were taken in Franklin, KY.
I hope that you find some of them interesting.