From here the eclipse was already in totality when the moon rose at 6:50pm. Unfortunately, the event was marred slightly by clouds on the horizon, allowing the near-totality eclipse to peek through around 15-20 mins after moonrise. The moon was then hidden again from view by more cloud, when it reappeared properly around 20-30 mins later.
A gorgeous sunset made up for the late arrival of the eclipse.
The near-totality eclipse peeks through the cloud momentarily before hiding a while longer:
So we continued to occupy ourselves with the beautiful sunset.
Eventually, the moon came out to play.
The hindering cloud is clearly visible:
The surrounding cloud did produce a pretty cool halo effect on the moonlight, but eventually our moon emerged fully.
Here's a timelapse video showing the Earth's shadow sliding off the moon's disc over a period of about 26 mins: