And so we saw the 2012 annular eclipse (or around 89.5% of it) through dark film eclipse viewers, through hacked pinhole cameras (ours was aptly made from a Geek Dad postcard flyer), through mylar film, through a solar telescope (complete with sunspots!), and of course, cast in shadows from hands, hats, and trees.
Through dark film
In the shadow of marypcb's hand
Through a pinhole in a business card
In the shadow of a tree
Through mylar film
All in all, an awesome eclipse. And made the more so by sharing it with thousands of people enjoying it as much as we were.