For those people commenting that it is a photoshop image, of course it is. Even someone with a basic knowledge of photography would know this image cannot be caught in one take.
Capturing a single moon with the foreground during this event is close to impossible because of the extreme dynamic range of the scene. This composite was produced using 3 cameras that were shooting at 30 second intervals all night. Two static cameras with wide angle lenses were shooting images for a timelapse sequence, the third camera was on a tracking mount and was only photographing the moon. At the end of the event I had close to 2000 raw images to play with.
This image shows the moon at key points during the eclipse accurately positioned and overlaid onto another two images captured at totality (03:47 BST). The foreground image is a long exposure from one camera and the night sky was captured on the other camera. What very few people have commented on is the fact that the moon is 9 times larger than reality, so although it was a super moon it wasn't this 'super'