Because it was only a three-day-old moon, there was some lovely earthshine showing up on the lunar surface.
Image taken with a Canon 70D camera and a Tamron 18-400mm lens @400mm, the exposure time was 2 seconds and ISO800.
~ Earthshine on Crescent Moon with red star Omega Virginis nearby ~
You will see it a few days after new Moon (waxing crescent) in the western sky or a few days before new Moon (Waning Crescent) in the eastern sky; keep a look out for it an hour after sunset or an hour before sunrise.
Canon 70D camera and Tamron 18-400mm lens @400mm, one second exposure and ISO800.