Chuck Wood over at LPOD has published a lunar photo by Bob Pilz.
In this area of generally weathered and undistinguished craters it is easy to not recognize Goodacre, but he (I'm thinking of the author) is the relatively sharp-rimmed crater at center right, sitting on the rim of Gemma Frisius. Goodacre, the crater, is 46 km wide with a smooth floor and a small bright peak. Walter Goodacre, the man, was the director of the Lunar Section of the British Astronomical Association in the early 20th century and self-published his wonderful red book, The Moon, in 1931.
Below is the crater image that was recently published on LPOD:
Bob used a 200mm f/6 Newtonian reflector, Televue 3x Barlow, DMK 21BF04, 'Blue' IR-block filter, .20 arcsec/pixel, 30 fps, 1/39 sec, 600/9000 frames stacked; processed in Registax V4, PS CS, Focus Magic.