Lunar eclipse: where did you see it from?

Lunar eclipse: where did you see it from?

Just few days ago skywatchers around the world could experience a rare natures wonder: the longest “Blood Moon” eclipse of 21 Century. The moon turned orange-red and ruddy brown colors as it rose. Part of the eclipse was visible from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, most of Asia and South America. 

The eclipse lasted for one hour, 43 minutes as the moon passed right through the center of the Earth’s shadow, at the shadow’s widest point. “This is actually almost as long as a lunar eclipse could be,” Prof Tim O’Brien, an astrophysicist at the University of Manchester, explained.
Did you see the “blood moon”? Where did you witness the eclipse from?