Nice images, Steve. At first glance, I thought this might have been the recent waxing gibbous Moon, but then looking more closely I can see this must be a previous image, since the libration is much different. Pythagoras was not as favorably tilted towards us this August. The way Pythagoras is tilted in your image is a very favorable libration to view the central peaks and dramatic shadows, but unfortunately we won't always have that view, and will in fact go through a several year period in the near future in which Pythagoras will have a much less favorable viewing angle at this phase. I couldn't help but notice your images are monochrome. Are you still working on the color versions? Nice job.
I figured you would catch the libration difference Tom. The image was taken on 11-20-18. Also, do not worry, I have not abandoned the color versions. B&W is received better in this crowd, so I was catering a bit more to those who frequent this forum.
I just went through my fourth overhaul of my image processing workflow. While I am sure some improvements can be made, I've now addressed a number of issues that had been nagging me during prior processing efforts. These included some Gibbs effects I wasn't pleased with using PI that was requiring manual removal in PS that was becoming tedious. Thanks to reading about your success with Astra Image LR deconvolution, I tried that out as you know with success. I know you mostly image in B&W, but I suspect you know the challenges of introducing color to lunar images and the pretty drastic color fringing that can occur, particularly at the higher saturation levels I employ. I have nearly eliminated the color fringing as well and I am pleased with the results. These are evident in the color version of images I posted below.
Here is the full color moon... (As Darryl likes to say, please click each for the full sized image)