The Full Moon phase in March is called "Worm Moon" called that because the worms start to thrive when Spring wakes up, its also known as the "Spring Moon" - i like the latter better but its good to go by its Farmers Almanac.
I have been taking photos of it over a 10 day period where i saw it as a thin crescent to when it was half full and when it was totally full.
I did hope i could do each day but whats the chance of having 28 clear evenings in a row in the UK? lol it could happen!
Here it is as a Crescent on 1st march. It was tricky getting the setting right with my Canon 1000D DSLR with the 70mm-300mm lens but the more i practised with it, the better i became which was good.
Crescent Moon - 1st March 2009.
2nd and 3rd March was overcast/Moon obscured.
Half Moon - 4th March 2009.
Just over Half Moon - 5th March 2009.
6th and 7th March was overcast/Moon obscured.
Three Quarter Moon - 8th March 2009.
9th and 11th March was overcast/Moon obscured.
Full Moon - 10th March 2009. (Totality was at 02:38am on the 11th.)
Using minus brightness and increased contrast to reduce the glare.
Hope you all enjoyed that as much as i did. Hopefully it will be clearer so i can catch nearly all 28 days including the after Full Moon.