As you can see there is a visible difference between the two images. The moon is about 12% larger at perigee than at apogee. If your interested about the details of this phenomena the link at the bottom of this page tells you all you need to know.
|Lens :||Saxon 75mm f8 telescope|
|Camera :||Canon 10D, ISO Speed 200, 1/180 second exposures|
|Location :||Kaituna, Masterton, New Zealand|
The Inconstant Moon