My first photo of the planet gathering: Venus and Jupiter less than 1° apart
This morning the sight of the predawn rendezvous Jupiter and Venus, was really great. The two brightest planets were less than one degree apart in the twilight colored sky above the Langhe region (some 60 kilometers from Turin, Italy). Unfortunately, Mercury and Mars were not visible as to dim and (probably) covered by the low clouds.
Technical details: Canon Eos 1000d; Exp: 2 sec; F/5.6; ISO 400