A crater that stands out when photographing the first quarter but is rather small is Proclus. Up till now, I didnt think I could do a sharp and close enough image to make it worthwhile to try to make it a subject for visual observation. Well, I finally attempted it, but it was taken in this post under a crescent moon, so the ray structure is not fully visible. I will, no doubt target this area again. I was experimenting with the "drizzle" function in Registax 6, and created a 2X image and cropped the area around the target. Here is the 2X image, then the full frame.
And now for the enhanced raw frame: