The night after I photographed the recent September moon during Waxing Gibbous phase, I headed out the following night and shot it again.
Here is a closer view of the moon’s craters during its Waxing Gibbous phase on 7 September, 2014.
In this more recent image (24 hours later), more of the moon was visible.
This time I’ve gone for a different composition, and focused more on the craters and shadow-laden edge of the moon.
Again I captured the moon with the longest focal length I have — 1,120mm — by stacking my 1.4x and 2x tele-converters onto my 400mm lens.