There were too many clouds in the Twin Tiers skies early Saturday morning and this likely prevented a good glimpse of the last total lunar eclipse until 2014. It was stunning though, as a red, coppery shade took over the moon surface during the eclipse. Here is a link to some beautiful pictures of the eclipse from around the world: pictures of total lunar eclipse.
If you are wondering what causes the copper-like hue to appear on the moon, it is caused by sunlight traveling through a long and dense portion of the earth's atmosphere. As it does, the different wavelengths of light are scattered by air molecules and tiny particles in the atmosphere. The result: longer wavelengths, which our eyes perceive as reddish, end up dominating. This is the same effect that causes red sunrises and sunsets here on earth! Here is another link offering some insight: NASA Science News - Eclipse