Because counting birds is not really thrilling... I searched for a nice region to sketch. The craters NW of Montes Jura looked good to me. Because there were a lot of clouds, there weren't many details visible. But this made the scene more easily to sketch!
Some weeks ago I posted my first sketches of the moon, made with a 7x50 binocular. I learned from the comments: take a smaler region, try higher magnification and draw on a bigger piece of paper. Thanks again everyone for these ideas.
I'm used to sketching deepsky. What kind of information is important for lunar sketching? I hope you like the labeling... I do. It makes the sketch more impressive to me. All comments are welcome.
30/10/2009, 22.00 UT, 7cm refractor (Meade ETX-70), magnification x87, NELM 0, moon 90%, white pencil on black paper, scanned and mirrored.