Please find attached an observation of the lunar South pole, the Eastern face: the observing session was carried out from northern Italy, with a 5” apo refractor, at 100x. Unfortunately, poor seeing and haze did not allow the use of a higher magnification. The observation was carried out at 21.15 UT on the 28th of May 2009.
I believe craters depicted are Boussingault (the southernmost, with the striped bottom) and Boguslawsky (the westernmost, with the shadowed bottom and the wall interrupted by a smaller crater. Just north of Boussingault is the complex of Boussingault E, B and C. If anybody can help with a better identification, it will be very welcome.
The sketch was made with hard and soft graphite pencils on white paper.