The latest full moon was showing itself through scattered cloud.
This presents an interesting photographic challenge...how to get details on the moon, and still show the cloud forms.
Each has a different exposure, and to get the correct one for each requires one of two methods.
You can go all modern and create a HDR, though matching the photos can be a problem due to the relatively fast motion of the moon...or you can use a little photoshop magic...I opted for the second option with the following results...
The top photo looking the most natural, with a little cloud over the top of the moons disk.
The photo below being the correct exposure for the moon alone...giving no evidence of the cloud surrounding it.