In NZ we got to have both a very favourable location and time to engage with this rare event. The last time such a blood moon happened of this duration was apparently in 1212 CE - before there was any human population here.
It happened in the late evening: from about 9:30-12:00am and the sky was clear, but alas with a very thin veil of cloud that also reflected the light pollution of the city and thus reduced the image quality. Still, I gave it a go.
Canon EOS 90D, Sigma 150-600c, 960mm FoV, f/6.3, 1/30 sec, ISO-3200. on a monopod. I had to raise my eyebrows as my next door neighbour kept firing off a flash...
I think the white dot to the lower right of the moon is likely to be Venus, but I will take advice on that!