|my son observing the sky, and Venus|
|Venus surrounded by clouds|
|the sky at nautical dusk|
|Orion and Venus|
|Venus in the Pleiades|
In the Western sky, Venus was brightly shining, but there was a bank of clouds coming in out of the Northwest. The clouds gave an interesting affect to the sky, especially during nautical dusk and the clouds intermittently covered Venus and the Moon. The clouds continued to rule intermittently through the area, however, we still had extremely great views of the sky, the stars and constellations.
|Big Dipper and Polaris above the Stone Barn|