I had an enjoyable time on the 2nd of July observing the moon from my back garden in Dunedin NZ. The seeing was quite steady and I could see a lot of detail using my OMC 200 mak. (Orion Optics UK 8 inch F20 mak). I decided to get a few images, so I thought I would post a couple.
I was pleased with the Plato shots as I resolved quite a few craterlets, which I have wanted to do for a while now. As an aside, I found an old 12.5mm Kellner eyepiece which I had totally forgotten about. (Had it for around 30 odd years now).
I popped that in the focuser and was amazed at the crisp contrasty viewing I was experiencing. Guess that eyepiece has come out of retirement now! Anyway, keep well, keep safe and clear skies. Larry