Next week there will be a very good opportunity to image or view the full moon (if you live in the northern part of the western hemisphere). The moon will reach its full phase on Wednesday evening December 11 (or shortly after midnight on the east coast) and at my location on the west coast that will happen at 9:13pm PST when the moon is standing at 54 degrees in altitude. Then, about 2.5 hours later the barely waning moon will pass through my meridian at an altitude of 78 degrees. Everyone further east of the Pacific coast will have an even better opportunity since the time of the full moon will be even closer to the hour when the moon is highest in the sky. The exact time of the full moon will be 5:13UTC on Thursday, which for the east coast will be just after midnight. Those in the eastern time zone will probably have the best view as the full moon will be passing through their local meridian just as it reaches its full phase.
For example, in Miami the moon will pass through the local meridian at an altitude of nearly 86 degrees at 12:15AM which is just two minutes after the moon reaches its full phase.
It's only in the winter months that the full moon will appear this high in the sky and it's fairly rare for any particular location on the earth to have a completely full moon passing through their local meridian. Yes, it happens somewhere on the earth every month, but not necessarily where you happen to be located. However, it looks like for the next few years the western hemisphere is going to be favored during the month of December (close to the winter solstice when the full moon is highest in the sky).