The sky cleared temporarily for me to look at the total lunar eclipse. Through my 70mm binoculars, the Moon was a lovely coppery colour. The cloud prevented me attempting astrophotography using my telescope (no time to do polar alignment) but I managed to get a couple of images using a 300mm zoom lens and a DSLR.
I zoomed the lens out to get the Hyades open cluster in the same image as the Moon. Unfortunately, the Moon had to be over-exposed to capture the fainter stars of the Hyades.