"Written on the moon's weary face are the damages it has endured for the past 4-1/2 billion years. From impact craters to the dark plains of maria left behind by volcanic eruptions, the scars are all that remain to tell the tale of what happened to the moon. But they only hint at the processes that once acted--and act today--to shape the surface."
"Occasionally, LRO takes 'sideways glances' at the Moon instead of looking straight down like the spacecraft normally does. The Moon doesn't really look like this close up, because these images aren't scaled correctly (the width and height pixel scales are different by five times"
"The crater shown above is located in the lunar highlands and is filled with and surrounded by boulders of all sizes and shapes. It is approximately 550 meters (1800 feet) wide yet is still considered a small crater"