I took about 30 pictures but my 2X barlow, while good means that the moon will not exactly fit onto my camera sensor. Luckily Photoshop has the automate feature which stuck these twon together withouy me having to align anything, think I'll try a mosaic next!!
Next is almost the same image taken in RAW, stitched and converted jpeg.
Notice the redness creeping in along the line of termination. This is something I need to work on in my processing.
Finally we have the Mare Imbrium with Sinus Iridum on the left hand side, Pinto at the top and the Apennines on the right of the sea.
The three craters toward the Apennines are Archimedes (the larger lower one), Autolycus (small middle) and Anstillus at the top. And finally the crater at the bottom of the mountain range is Eralosthenes.
A fine evening in all.