An unconfined vagrant? but if!
We thought she was going to escape to the East, she is close to being called back to the West in a few days. Everyone is confined, even the planets by Newton's laws. The planet Venus, a wandering star, almost reaches its maximum eastern elongation. It is very bright (magnitude -4.46), which makes it easily observable in broad daylight, even with binoculars! So here is its appearance behind a 16" dobsonian scope yesterday around 4 p.m. local time when crossing the meridian. Being able to observe it so high at an altitude of almost 60 ° eliminates the problems associated with atmospheric refraction. About turbulence, quite intense in the afternoon, you have to be patient because it is able to calm down from time to time. So it's fortune, because we can see some sort of cloudy bands. Take a good look at the drawing, this is roughly the appearance behind the eyepiece.
Digital sketch made from field observation notes with 16" dobsonian scope, Celestron 25mm eyepiece and Barlow Powermate x2.5, gray ND 96-0.9 filter and a blue # 80A color filter.