not sure at all . the branches frame this so well . a delight mary
I've been told that it's Venus..but I'm no expert and not sure. What gorgeous light in this!!
i know nothing. literally nothing about the sky. beautiful shot though.
according to the sky chart, in march venus is the brightest object in the sky next to the moon: Given a low westerly horizon and a clear night you will have a chance to see Venus and Mercury just 3.3 degrees apart about 30 minutes after sunset. Both are moving away from the Sun so getting higher in the sky after sunset. Their closest approach, at 3 degrees separation, will be on April 4th so keep watchin over the next few days.During March, Venus will become prominent in the evening sky after sunset as it climbs higher in the sky. At magnitude -3.9, it will be easily spotted - the brightest object in the night sky after the Moon. Look towards the south west about half an hour after sunset.
I have no idea...but thank goodness for Char (smarty pants) ;). This is a lovely photo!!
Thank goodness someone knows....smiles.I took astronomy in college, but generally know very little when I look up. smiles.
Thank God for smartypants like Char. And photographers like you. And Char. And Caroline. And Elk. Oh, heavens.
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