It was the so-called 'supermoon' a few days ago, and I did try some moon shots recently - with better results than ever before, thanks to more experimenting with exposure, a good tripod. and some intensive cropping.
The half moon was shining nearly two weeks ago, when we gathered on the shore of Lake Eugenia to try sunset shots, so this was taken while the sun was still sinking, well before dark. I was astonished that some of the craters actually showed up on this.
This one was from the night of the full 'supermoon', when the moon is at its closest to earth, and therefore looks a tiny bit larger. I'm not sure it makes much difference, but here it is. Linking this post to Skywatch Friday.