This is an iPhone 5 photo (image credit Gary) and the moon looks more like a circle than a crescent, but the photo is pretty cool nonetheless:
The skies, they are wonderful!
This sky reminds me of the memorable night back in 1998 when Bill Ladieu and I were training for the Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Mile Run. We picked a night for an overnight training run in southern PA when the moon was largely full and ran the Appalachian Trail south from Pine Grove Furnace to Caledonia Park...and back, some 38 miles or so.
The moon was full and during many parts of the run we could turn off our lights and just run by moonlight.
Think about that for a moment. If you've run 100 miles, you've run overnight. How many people in your circle of friends, relatives, and acquaintances have run on trails in the moonlight?
We are an elite group--not in the sense of special or better but rather in the sense of doing something way cool that very few people will ever experience.