The Moon, Venus and Mars
Uploaded: February 20, 2015 | Entered: February 20, 2015 23:10:11
Venus is the larger "star"; Mars is the smaller reddish one in the center of the photo.
Handheld Canon 400mm f4 DO IS lens + 1/4xTC
Exif: F Number: 4, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/10 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 12800, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 400.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Shelly A. Van Camp February 21, 2015Beautiful! #1608220
JO ANN CLEVELAND February 21, 2015Fantastic capture Janine! #11251023
Julianne Bradford February 21, 2015Ah the dance of the planets! This is great..it's happening again tonight! #11251330
Janine Russell February 23, 2015Many thanks for your kind comments. #11252644
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