Jupiter, Venus, the Moon and the Pleiades
I took this shot on March 26, 2012 at around 7:30pm. It was during the conjunction of Jupiter, Venus and the Crescent Moon. What was cool about this set-up was that I could also get the Pleiades in the same frame. This was taken with my Nikon D300. ISO-1600 f/5.6 for 5 seconds. From bottom to top: Jupiter, Venus, the Moon and the Pleiades.
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