After the Saturn occultation of May 2014 I was excited about the prospect of seeing another so soon. The weather during the day was perfect but it wasn't until I got off the train later that evening that I notice quite a bit of cloud cover and the prospects didn't look good. I started setting up though just in case the skies had cleared. I popped my head out every 20-30 mins in the lead up to first contact and with a few minutes to go the clouds had parted. This gave me a couple of minutes to align the scope for visual observation only. It was a spectacular site as the shadowed side of the moon started passing in front of Saturn. Once Saturn had fully disappeared, which took no time at all, I setup the scope with the webcam and waited for it to reappear on the other side approximately 50 minutes later.
Here are some pictures that I took of the setup on the night. Once again such a pleasure to see this rare astronomical event.