Last night, I went to Cascade Lake, which is the source of the Cascade River, to watch Venus set while Jupiter hovered above in the sky. At first I was disappointed with the clouds, but after I saw the first shot, I loved it. The cool thing about haze and clouds in night photography is that they tend to make the bright stars glow and stand out against the entire star field. In this case, the clouds made both Jupiter and Venus stand out. It took a few shots until the clouds moved enough to allow both Venus and Jupiter to show at the same time.