This is a good start, but something's not quite right about those images. Moon rock is about as dark as asphalt-- the moon only looks white in the night sky because its reflected light is so much brighter than the blackness of space. And a full moon, especially when it's at perigee like last week's supermoon, is bright enough to cast visible shadows.
So, if a planet like Jupiter were as close as the moon, with a much brighter albedo, and covering so much more of the sky, Wouldn't the sky be as blue as on the brightest sunny day? And the shadows would be different too- soft and broad, thanks to the enormous lightbox in the sky.