Coming after my NEAIC/NEAF visit, I was Jonesing for some total lunar eclipse action and the skies acquiesed, letting me shoot over 450 individual images of the moon during the entire eclipse cycle. I have posted a couple of "presentations" of these images to my webpage (and Facebook).
The first presentation, shown above, are selected shots at some of the major parts of the cycle, from moon's entry into earth's umbra, through to it's "blood moon" appearance - and awful name given by people who have obviously never seen actual blood - and it's final escape from earth's shadow.
The second, a poster format detailing the times of key points of the event from my home in Grapevine, Texas, shows the normal moon split in half on both sides, signifying Luna's return to normalcy.
All presentations for the eclipse images can be found on a Gallery Page here.
I have no plans to print these out in the near future, but maybe some day I will find a cost effective way of doing so. I hope you enjoy them!