Here's a photo of Venus from March 9, taken in the daytime with Venus at an altitude of about 59°. Its 52.6', and therefore larger than Jupiter ever gets. For those who enjoy standard units, it was also just under 30 million miles away, which may be the only time I've looked at a planet that was that close.
This picture is in IR. Seeing (or tube currents) were terrible in green and blue, but IR and red came out pretty sharp.