Observed from Leiden with a 7.5 cm Newton telescope on horizontal mounting,
projecting on a screen.
Pictures taken with an Olympus C-220 Zoom digital camera (2.0 Megapixels).
Weather conditions: Sunny, only very slight hase, some airplane trails and cloudless sky (except for 2-3 very small ones moving through), seeing moderate (5 on a scale of 1 to 10). Started observations 9h50m (7h50m UT). Around 12h it started to be a bit more windy. There was a very small sunspot close to the center of the disk, but the contrast is too small to be seen. Third contact (Venus touching the edge of the sun; egress starting) was hard to observe due to some winds affecting stability of the telescope mounting, estimated to have started before 13h05m. Fourth contact (end of Venus transit) was more easily observed and estimated to take place at 13h23m00s (dent in the solar rim disappearing). The slight brightening in the last few pictures (towards the bottom-right edge of the solar disk) is due to reflections from the screen (its orientation with respect to the camera was changing during the observations).
More information about the Venus Transit can be found here.