The partial solar eclipse of 2014 Oct 23 was widely visible from North America (see: http://www.eclipsewise.com/oh/ec2014.html#SE2014Oct23P). I observed the eclipse from Sacramento Peak, New Mexico while attending the 2014 Solar Eclipse Conference (see: http://www.eclipse-chasers.com/article/SEC2014.html).
The most interesting feature of this eclipse is the enormous sunspot designated AR2192. This active region is about the size of Jupiter and is the largest sunspot in 24 years (see: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141024.html).
This time-lapse video was shot with a Nikon D7000 and a Vixen 90mm f/9 fluorite refractor. During the course of the 2 hour 15 minute eclipse, I shot a photo every 30 seconds. The individual frames were processed in Photoshop and assembled into a video with "Time Lapse Assembler" on an 11" Macbook Air.