3% Moon, Venus & Zaniah Over The Alps
Taken by Adrien Mauduit on October 18, 2017 @ Gex, Ain, France
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Date Taken: 2017:10:18 10:33:52
 
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3% Moon, Venus & Zaniah over the Alps

Early morning was a beautiful sight to behold. The 3% crescent moon rose along Mars (too high for the picture), Venus, which was close to Zaniah, a fainter star. I was hoping the moon would rise more to the west so that I could get some snow with it, but these beautiful mountains East of the Dents du Midi in Switzerland will do! The shot is taken from Gex in France.

Sony a7rII + Sigma 150-500mm APO f/4-6.3, 3 landscape shots.
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