Ok I am sure many of you have seen this photo plastered around the internet over the last few days: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0905/atlantisHST_2009may13_legault.jpg This is Thierry Legault incredible photo of the Atlantis and Hubble transiting the sun. More so incredible than the fact that this was shot on a DSLR + telescope is the timing for the photo. The transit itself was only visible from a 5km radius on the ground. On top of that the entire transit lasted only 0.8 seconds. So here's a shot which requires serious planning, and timing, and I though what have you come up with that is well timed, BUT planned. Has anyone got an incredible photo that was no accident? My probably biggest effort came with photographing a lightbulb that is currently burning it's filament (can't remember where i got the idea from but alas it is not original): Pales in comparison but what has anyone else come up with?