Venus and Jupiter
In case anyone has not noticed, the Jupiter and Venus is sharing the morning sky. Jupiter is the one higher from the horizon while Venus is slightly brighter. It is best to see them at least 45 min before the sun rises. For me in Indiana, that is about 5:30 am to see them both.
If you can get a picture of it, lets see if we can post them here? I will attempt it tomorrow morning. Not only do I not like daylight savings time in Indiana, but the weather never cooperates with me and astronomical observations. Yesterday, I saw Venus, but Jupiter was hiding behind clouds.
Until recently Venus was visible in the evening before sunset. But now that it has transited, its now on the 'other' side of the sun, so its visible in the morning after sunrise. It will return again as an 'evening star' after it passes behind the sun later in the year.