Approximately 2 hours after the Lunar X is at its best, when the terminator has moved across to cover the area around it, take a close look at the shadows on the right hand side of the crater Albategnius (located almost halfway between the X and V). At just the right time the shadow looks like the side profile of a face. This shows up more clearly on stacked photos which have better resolution and sharper features. The above image was taken with a William Optics 70mm refractor with Celestron 3x Barlow. The camera was an ASI120MC.
Earth due to foreshortening