Jannefoo, I really like those stacked shots of yours. You must be living at a very high latitude for the moon to be taking such a flat trajectory. Here at present it sinks almost vertically. (41 S)
63.something N. I remember couple of years back when the Moon would just touch the southern point of horizon and disappear a minute later below the horizon (leftmost image). Now the lowest point has risen to around ten degrees due to nutation.
Sadly the situation of the first image won't happen again until the 2020s.