Sunday 25 March 2012: 125 years
Elle called me tonight and told me that Beetleguise (not pictured.. and I assume it was Beetleguise) is only in the night sky with the moon once every 125 years. And it was tonight? I'm a little confused. But here are the moon, Venus, and Jupiter hanging out together. Triangles. Triangle all over the sky tonight. It was beautiful and quiet and didn't seem like anyone else noticed. (I did not check blip tonight though.. I'm sure there was photographic evidence here, there always is.)
I tried to use my teleconverter with my 70-200 and couldn't fit all three together.
Man... it sure would be nice to photograph the night sky with a 58mm NOCT-Nikkor f/1.2... am I right or am I right?