Mick Hyde from Swindon in the United Kingdom has posted the following lunar image on LPOD.
Chuck Wood, the editor of LPOD, writes:
I like this image because its so much like what I observe with a moderate power view of the Moon. There is the main object of interest - Aristarchus and its plateau - and then hundreds of kilometers of other things to notice. The image captures the feeling of the Moon's curvature, with the mare bending away to Eddington near the limb.
A sequence of images was captured with the DMK 21AF04.AS astronomy camera and assembled using RegiStax to produce the above mosaic.
A big thanks go to Mick for his work with The Imaging Source astronomy cameras.