Venus-Moon Conjunction | Poll

Our view this morning…

How I See It

A few minutes after 6 am on February 26, 2014, the Moon and Venus were paired in conjunction through the mantle window. It was -5˚F outside, too cold to go out for a photograph. The window framing seemed to add some interest to the scene. What do you think? There is a poll below if you would rather not say in words.

(A)

ISO: 400 | Exposure: 1/2 sec | Aperture: 4.0 | Focal Length: 31.3mm

(B)

ISO: 400 | Exposure: 1/10 sec | Aperture: 4.0 | Focal Length: 31.3mm

(C)

ISO: 400 | Exposure: 1/10 sec | Aperture: 4.0 | Focal Length: 31.3mm

(D)

ISO: 200 | Exposure: 1/4 sec | Aperture: 2.8 | Focal Length: 31.3mm

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2 thoughts on “Venus-Moon Conjunction | Poll

    1. Jim in IA Post author

      Thank you. I was happy with the way the unsquare window and glass ball and tree each played a part. Too bad you missed it with clouds. There will be another in a month.

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