Jupiter and Venus Above Pierrevert
A photo composite of two exposures. From the photographer: ” Even though I was not able to photograph the two planets at their minimum prospectic distance due to a not cooperative weather, on the 3rd of March I finally got a nice shot with the two celestial objects perfectly aligned to the main Church of Pierrevert.
Pierrevert is a small ancient village (mentioned in manuscrpips starting from the XII century) in the south of France which takes his name from the latin Pietra Virtis (green rock), which is maybe due to the fact that on the north side of the village the rocks were covered by some ivy.”
Technical details: 135 mm, f2.8, iso 1600, 1 sec (and another shot at same parameters but 0.5 s immediately after to recover the extreme lights illuminating the church)