Love the reflections in the first image and the light bouncing off the rocks in the foreground.
The interesting thing about the moon is that it is essentially a giant reflector bouncing sunlight. Exposure wise the Sunny Sixteen Rule applies to capture detail out that celestial body of brightness. But at that setting everything else goes pitch black!?
That's where layers come in handy or HDR is very effective. Expose for the moon, expose for the surroundings, shoot one in the middle and let Photoshop (or Photomatix, HDR Efex or....) blend the three so you get details in the brights and the darks then tonemap to taste. But keep it real as HDR loses favor when people get too "creative" with it.