The Moon and Venus.
After a winter sunset in Arizona, once the sky got dark these two bright objects looked a little fuzzy due to a high, thin overcast.
Approximately 40 photos, each 20-second exposures at ISO 1250, stacked in Photoshop showing stars sliding around Polaris, the North Star. Taken at Lake Pleasant, Arizona, about 30 miles north of Phoenix, March 27, 2017.
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