Laser beams are playing around the eclipse-nibbled moon. A third of it is gone now, but all of it is behind the moving clouds. Based on the middling speed at which the clouds are moving, we're guessing it'll be another 5-10 minutes before the moon is visible again. Underneath the clouds, downtown is crisply visible. After a dozen shots, C. finally realized that his camera is specific enough that downtown isn't at infinity: it's closer. It's chilly outside. I'll go out again soon and see if the clouds have moved on.