Hi, I was fortunate to be camping on November 8 and near a nice warm fire throughout the entire lunar eclipse. It was awesome! I have a question about the the apparent direction the moon appeared to travel through the earth's shadow. This is kinda hard to put into words, so please bear with me. Imagine a clock face on the Moon. When the eclipse began the Moon began getting dark centered at about the 4 or 5 o'clock position of the Moon. As the eclipse progressed to totality this seemed to remain fairly constant. In fact at totality, I noticed that there continued to be a small bright sliver centered the 5 o'clock position. All of this seemed perfectly logical to me. The unusual things happened when the Moon began to leave the Earth's shadow. The Moon began to brighten at about the 5 o'clock position. However as more of the Moon left the shadow it appeared to me that this point moved clockwise around the Moon until the last bit of shadow exited the Moon at about 2 o'clock. No picture that I draw seems to show this and unfortunately, I also cannot find a sequence of pictures of the eclipse either. Am I smokin weed?