From Central Europe the totality was not clearly seen, because
it started only shortly before local sunise. So no red moon
this time, but the circumstances of this eclipse showed neatly
that the Moon, the Earth and the Sun ARE EXACTLY IN ONE LINE
during a lunar eclipse.
The darkening of the moon and the brightening of the sky were
nicely accompanied by birdsong:
The penumbra is slightly visible at the left edge.
The Umbra is now plainly visible.
A longer exposure reveals the red color of the fully eclipsed
part of the moon.
As the eclipse progresses, the sky grows brighter and