A beautiful bright moon tonight with good seeing.  A few stunning targets in the camera tonight:

The mountains around Mare Crisum looked amazing.

Petavius and its rilles – I reckon it is 1140 here.

The terraced walls around Langrenus.

The crater pair Messier and Messier A in Mare Fecunditatis.

Finally, I returned to Mare Orientale where I had spent over 2 hours on the 26 February. The libration has already started swinging Mare Orientale back to the lunar far side although Montes Rook and the mare are Lacus Verus and Lacus Autumni are visible.