I had been waiting for this day, March 19th 2010 right from the day I got to know about Moon Perigee about a 2 months ago. I had plans to buy a tripod, may be borrow a better camera from a friend :-D and hit to a place where I could get a very good view of the moon early in the evening. But ultimately I didn't get much time and had to go ahead with My Canon A710 IS, with a 6x optical zoom and no tripod.
Although I couldn't capture exactly what I saw, I can tell you the view was absolutely stunning & mesmerizing. I was amazed and considered myself lucky to have been out there to witness the early hours of Moon Perigee. When you see the moon at the horizon, it gives you an illusion of being extraordinarily large giving you the most beautiful view you'd ever see.
Below is a capture taken hand held by a friend of mine, Rahmat Ali, using his Nikon camera which has a 16x optical zoom, a few days after the moon perigee. Well, now, may be after 16 years. I'll try again :-))