The lunar eclipse provided a spectacular sight. During totality, the moon appeared bathed in a bronze glow as this image by Andrew Hutchinson shows.
As the moon moved through the stages of the eclipse, George Lovely took this series of images from which he created a montage.
This picture by Francis Williamson in the Algarve, Portugal, shows the umbra stage of the eclipse.
During the lunar eclipse, captured here by Alan Wadsworth, the earth blocks the sunlight which normally bounces off the moon.
William Cooper captured the eclipse over Canary Wharf, London.
The phenomenon was also visible from India, as this photo by Soham Shoney in Pondicherry shows.
Gavin Clarke took this colourful image while celebrating his 41st birthday on a beach in West Sussex, England.
The same moon appears almost lit from behind in North Somerset in this image taken by 17-year-old Matt Ohman.
Andrew Cairns, in West Lothian, Scotland, captured the redness of the moon during totality.
This picture by Ernst Schuetz in Zurich, Switzerland, was taken soon after totality.
Duncan Danks captured this pearly moon from his observatory in Gloucestershire, England.