The white, sharply-defined blob in the upper left corner of this picture is the Moon. The light to the right of the Moon is an illuminated patch on the clouds caused by a spotlight. Due to the relatively clear sky beneath the cloud deck, the beam itself is almost invisible. The point of light lower to the right is Jupiter. The photo was taken in the evening of March 23, 2002, during a sound and light show near the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium.
[© Wim VAN UTRECHT/CAELESTIA)]