The 3 November 2013 eclipse as seen during sunrise in Bermuda. Image Source: BerNews.
The sun underwent a rare hybrid eclipse on 3 November 2013. A hybrid eclipse shifts between a total and annular eclipse (the latter occurs when the sun and moon are in line, but the moon appears slightly smaller, creating a ring of fire around the black body of the moon). Most of this eclipse was visible from Africa. Time has published pictures of people watching it, some of which are reproduced below.
"People observe a solar eclipse in Amman, on Nov. 3, 2013."
"A veiled woman observes the solar eclipse during an event organized by the Sudanese Society for Astronomy and Space Science on the banks of the Nile river in Khartoum, on Nov. 3, 2013."
"A father and his daughter wearing solar protective glasses observe the partial solar eclipse in Tunisia, on Nov. 3, 2013."
"A Sudanese man looks through tinted glasses towards the sun to watch a partial solar eclipse over Khartoum, on Nov. 3, 2013."
"Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni views a total Solar Eclipse at Owiny Primary School in Pakwach, Uganda, on Nov. 3, 2013."
"People look at the solar eclipse in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain, on Nov. 3, 2013. In southern Europe the eclipse was partial."
"Members of the Rendile watch the solar eclipse in Sibiloi [N]ational Park in Turkana, [Kenya] on Nov. 3, 2013."
"Rendile tribe members after the solar eclipse in the Sibiloi national Park in Turkana, on Nov. 3, 2013."