I tried to see it in the fleeting moments of sun breaking through the almost relentless cloud. I was watching in my observatory (dark shed, holes in the tin) and thought I saw it, but then realised it had legs: Transit of Spider.
I may have seen it in a puddle, when there was enough cloud to keep the brightness low enough to watch for a second, around 2.30pm, when I think it was somewhere in the middle of its journey across the sun?
2:30pm would have been about 2/3rds of the way across because it started at about 10:30am. Around 4pm when the clouds rolled away, I tried to see it by using binoculars projected onto a sheet of white paper, but the image was too small and blurry. A proper telescope on a stand projecting onto a sheet of white card would have been the ticket.