Thank you for sharing those images. Both quite nice, but I agree with Achernar that the maximum eclipse image is the clear winner here. If it were mine, I would print it BIG and hang it on a wall in my living room so that it becomes the focal point of the room.
Of course, I'm a lunatic from way back and the moon just does something to me (although I haven't noticed any additional facial hair of late!)
For me, the moon is a point of particular fascination, not only from an astronomical perspective, but from a poetic (and romantic) one. I follow the phases from night to night as I would the days of the week. It's just part of my life. And the sight of a full moon rising red through the denuded trees of autumn is a truly moving sight.
Sorry, I'm rambling this morning as I write!
My point (at least, initially) is that I was totally aware that the moon was full. But as the day had been cloudy, rainy and raw, I was a bit surprised when I walked outside in early evening to find a beautiful blinding full moon hanging in the southeastern sky which, after the earlier rain was crystalline in its clarity.
But I didn't know about the pending eclipse until I ran across that information online. Unfortunately I really need my night's sleep, so didn't get to watch the spectacle except through the windows and the trees above a couple of times when I got up in the night.
So I do appreciate you sharing your fine images with us. And it reminds me yet once again of how much I want someday to own a Questar!