Moon and Venus over Monviso

By: Stefano De Rosa


Turin, Italy

2011 November 27


From the photographer: "I took the photo just after sunset, when the crescent Moon (with a beautiful earthshine) and the brilliant Venus put on a great show over the Monviso. The mountain (3,841 m 12,602 ft) is the highest peak of the Coattian Alps and its pyramid-like shape if visible for large areas of Northwestern regions of Italy. It also famous for hosting the source of the Po, the longest river in Italy."
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