A rather clean shot, and at an usual angle for these to dark craters.
Aristillus and Aurolycus also show in the frame, as does Plato...
Actually the crater I'm referring to is Moretus, at the very top of the frame. During this particular phase, the long shadows thrown off the soft escarpment on the inside make it look all for the world like road kill!
(Not that I know what a road kill cat looks like, or anything... ;)
Which one of us hasn't been forced to look at this at one time or another? ;)
Super spectacular? No... But just to actually say I took a picture of them is enough for me!!
What a magnificent area... The dimensional quality of slopes and mountain peaks and valleys n this area of the lunar surface is well worth a look!
On J. Herschel....
Not the greatest of focus, but I'll leave it for now.
Not too bad, rabbit! Leave it for now...
Another one of those "What the heck is it?" shots...
I'm fairly confident that this is Crater Lagrange on the terminator...
Learning from my mistakes. This is from one of the first attempts... (you know, the ones where I started off at high magnification and have no clues? ;)
I saw Tycho bump by about a thousand frames ago... so I'm some where close!
Are you game for a few more? I haven't had the heart to throw all these away just yet, because I remember so well how excited I was when I first viewed them!
So if you're bored? It's OK...