Mercury Transit of November 11, 2019

Well, It’s over and there won’t be another one until 2032. From my vantage point, the morning started out cool with high clouds. I tried to get a picture, but the clouds blocked out Mercury and with no Sunspots, it was just a blank ball. I had all but given up hope when a large patch of blue started spreading toward the Sun and I hoped that it would reach the Sun before Mercury left the scene. I was in luck. The clouds moved out, clear skies moved in, and the result was Mercury crossing the Solar disk. Do you see it? The little dot in the upper right hand portion of the disk. I hope your viewing was as eventful (or more) than mine.