It's not possible to diagnose from photos, but any raised mole will bleed if it is scratched, and the bleeding is not indicative of skin cancer.
Since it is a new growth, it is worth having examined by a doctor next time you're in. However, most moles that end up being cancerous change shape and color over time, by themselves. If this has not been happening, it isn't likely cause for concern. Your best bet right now is to keep an eye on it for awhile, and watch for changes.
Mayo Clinic has some good tips: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/melanoma/symptoms-causes/syc-20374884