Great photos! Thank you!
I took a look at 11:45 p.m. Pacific Time, as the Moon was reduced to somewhere between one-fourth and one-third of her usual disk. There were fleeting high clouds in our area, though, so it was a black-and-white display we saw; no red.
DH stayed up until 12:30 or so to see full totality. I didn't make it (chronic pain and all messes up many of my plans). He told me this morning that the only way he knew there was a total lunar eclipse from his observations was that there was a faintly luminescent area behind the clouds. *sigh*
Maybe we'll have better luck in October!