It's just starting. This and the next two pictures have some glare from the moonlight; it gets better.
About halfway there...
Little more than three-quarters...
I changed my camera angle, in case you noticed the crescent changed position.
Almost there; it looks like Mars.
So close, another 20 minutes.
To the left you can see two stars the camera picked up; I could see plenty.
This and the picture after it were taken at the same time with two different shutter speeds.
Another 15 or so minutes...
Total eclipse, and the last picture that had any light to develop for a bit.
Just starting to come out of the eclipse, and probably the best shot I took all night.
And so ends the last lunar eclipse to happen on the winter solstice for the next while!
I sent of the pictures in to the local newpaper at about 5:00 A.M.,
figuring they probably were already swamped with lots of pictures,
probably all better than mine.
Well, I guess not...