At about 3:00 universal time April 4, 2009 the large well known crater Clavius (225 km.) was suspended over the terminator in a remarkable way I donâ€™t get to see often enough. I was observing with a 4.25 inch f/5 Newtonian using a 4mm eyepiece 135x. I felt compelled to grab a quick sketch of this remarkable view. After 40 minutes this is what I came up with. The craters on the central floor of Clavius, namely D and C were visible during the entire session and sunlight was spreading across the crater floor around these craters as I worked. For sketching I used 3 graphite pencils (2H, B and 6B) and a sheet of copy paper. The final sketch was adjusted in brightness +2 and contrast +2 after scanning. The sky was clear and cold 3.3Â°C or 38Â°F. Seeing was below average Antonialdi IV. The moon at the time of the sketch was 8.4 days old.