On this April evening, the crescent Moon lay close to Venus in the evening sky and the International Space Station passed close to both before traversing almost overhead. I chose my local village church, lit by torchlight, as my foreground to photograph the three brightest celestial bodies of the night sky. 33 consecutive 5-second frames captured the ISS trail against an almost dark sky, along with some of the brighter stars and the night side of the Moon.
F/4, 33 images each of 5 seconds, ISO 400
Accepted: Cheltenham 2020