The Moon, with Mars to its lower left, last night. This was an hour or two after they passed each other in a very close approach. Clouds have obscured their meeting each of the last few months, so I was very glad to catch this one. In the photo, the bodies are only about two degrees apart.
A few minutes earlier. Sometimes clouds produce beautiful effects around the moon, though few are as striking as this one.
Mars alone, in Luna's glow.