here my harvest of my latest lunar imaging session. I nearly processed all AVIs now, using multiple alignment points takes a while to dig through one nights material 8)
First is the Kies area with Dome Kies Pi (Lunar100 #60) and it's caldera visible:
The image with labels can be seen here:
Next is Copernicus, one of my all time lunar favorites. Every little change in the angle of sunlight reveals other details and aspects of the crater's terrassed walls and floor:
Montes Recti is located at the north edge of Mare Imprium. The mountain range has a height up to 1.8km and a lenght of about 90km.
Finally the landing area of Apollo 15 with Rima Hadley:
The angle of sunlight was quite high for this capture so the image shows the true character of the lunar mountains with not too steep slopes quite nice. Here's the landing site with slighly enhanced contrasts:
Best regards & clear skies,