The last new moon has been... various. I observed three nights in my observatory of southern Alps, and two of them were with a very bad seeing, 4", whereas the third one was almost perfect: the seeing went down up to 1.2" during quite all the night.
Actually, I took this opportunity to point at two marvels of last summer, Helix and NGC 253, which have the inconvenient to be low over the horizon in my latitude.
But with this seeing, the view was stunny: totally immobile, and showed a lot of unexpected details.
Here are my reports (with an interesting comparison from Namibia):