Tonight (19 June) was a beautiful and crisp Winter evening and quite dark by 19:00. At 20:00 I used my Sony Cybershot T10 on a tripod and with the self timer took this image of Venus, Saturn, the Moon and Regulus all in a nice row. I used the "high sensitivity" setting of the camera which set the ISO at 1000. Unfortunately the Moon was overexposed and I had to adjust the brightness and contrast of the moon and also of the planets and star. To achieve this, I used Microsoft Picture-It and cut the moon out of the picture but left it in the image. I could now adjust the brightness and contrast of the moon and the planets and star separately.
You might have to scroll the image upwards to see all.
Hope you like it.