In the good old days of moonwalks, NASA astronauts fell over quite a lot. But they weren't being clumsy or struggling with their suits: despite what you might think, low gravity actually makes it harder for astronauts to say upright.
This close-up view of the Moon's dark south shows its pock-marked surface, captured by the European Space Agency's SMART-1 spacecraft. It uses 40 individual images to cover an area of about 500 x 150 km. You can see an annotated map of the same view here