Well, this didn’t turn out nearly as good as it looked on my camera’s viewing screen, but I wasn’t surprised by that. Sorry it’s kind of shaky - hand-held. This configuration was hanging attractively in the southern sky yesterday morning at 7 AM. Jupiter is barely visible, but it’s there - just right of Venus near the center of the picture. I was hoping for another clear morning today (Jan. 30) to see how the configuration had changed with the moon’s later rise but now it will remain a mystery.