Its RKM wrote:
I've got one
No you haven't. You've shown two over processed pictures of the moon, neither of which show an eclipsed moon. You can see a full moon every 28 days from most parts of the world, given clear skies: it's commonplace. However less than 2% of those full moons will be totally eclipsed, for only a few minutes.
Its RKM is correct - here are two at totality - the moon turns an orange glow - the second one is HDR processed to better bring out the stars.