Saturday, March 24, 2012

Photo: Two Specks and a Wire

The close conjunction of Venus and Jupiter is over now, and while they've begun pulling away to go off to their respective corners of the sky, they're still relatively close together and shine brightly enough with reflected sunlight to burn through even the light pollution you'll find being thrown up over downtown Vancouver on a Friday night. Venus is the brighter one at the top, thanks to its proximity to Earth, and while it isn't responsible for casting that light on the wire, once I realized the effect it was too good to pass up.

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