Thanks for your reply Howie and thanks for the advice you have given, much appreciated, it's good to be told an opinion, good or bad, some will want to learn from it, some will want take offense, just the way it goes I suppose!
Hi Chris, thanks for your comments too, I understand exactly what you say, especially about constructing the image in the view finder. I have taken some shots that, because I was there and overwhelmed with the whole experience, only needed to be simple for me to get a lot from them, others though would just look at the image and not really get what I was trying to capture, got to learn how to make the most of it.
I have added a couple more shots, 1st I took a few weeks back, again a full moon and also the great colours in the sky but with much better contrast and also one of the base buildings in the foreground, I'm hoping that this will come across better as it should be a slightly more unique take on a common image, i.e the moon.
This 2nd one is a sunrise with a satelite dome and some bits in the foreground. I can't make up my mind on whether I like it or not, I like the colours in the sky but is the foreground confusing it?
As before, comments and tips much appreciated.
Cheers and have a good weekend.