The full moon this month looked very large because it was at perigee. Lots of folks took pictures of it. Here is mine. The moon was just past full, at about 99%. That's the Sam Houston State Observatory north of Huntsville, TX, in the foreground.
I brought Bigfoot to the observatory, and Rory Glasgow had the great idea of projecting that big moon on a white surface, so he held up the back of a star chart, and we snapped an 8-second image with my Canon 400D at ISO 800. The projection of the moon on Rory (along with Rory's fine lunar images) is posted here. The image was mentioned on the front page at Spaceweather.com, here.