The moon is really difficult to capture when the sky is dark.  The reason is that there is such a difference between the brightness of the moon and the darkened sky that most cameras are not able to record such a broad spectrum of exposure.  It just emphasizes the amazing capabilities of the human eye, that with all the technological advances we have made with digital cameras, we cannot simulate what the eye sees.  That is why most of the time your moon looks like a washed out white disk and the sky looks black.  It doesn’t stop me from trying however, so here are two images of the recent supermoon, one taken two days before it was full, rising in a late afternoon sky, and the other when it was full on Sunday evening, June 23rd.
Evening and high tide at the Charleston City Marina
Full “supermoon” rises over the James Island marshes and creeks