Smiley in the Sky….

Those who looked up into the sky yesterday had a smile on their faces…because the night had a smile upon its face, too.


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I was lucky to quickly get this image on my little Canon S3, but by the time we got our DSLR’s and set up a tripod, the cloud cover ensured that there was no photograph possible!


  1. Subramaniam Vincent says:

    Neat picture Deepa. πŸ™‚ Can you put a note on which eye is which planet?

  2. Deepa Mohan says:

    Thanks Subbu…will find that out and put note!

  3. Shajith Chacko says:

    Fantastic picture:) I saw someone mention a smiley in the sky during the #mumbai madness (I was following it on twitter), and wished I could see that. Good to see CM has covered!

  4. Poornima Dasharathi says:

    The one nearest to the moon is always Venus. The other might be Jupiter.

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