On February 20 and 21 in the evenings over the western horizon (where the sun went down) a beautiful triple mix will be seen: the Moon, Venus and Mars. It is best to look for this beautiful trinity around 19 o'clock in the evening, later they will be low over the horizon, and earlier it will be light to search for Mars. First you will find a bright Venus (-4 stars. Vel.), Then you notice the narrow crescent of the Moon with noticeable ash light (this is the dark side of the Moon’s disk illuminated by the reflected light of the Sun from Earth) and looking closer to Venus will notice Mars (+1 sound ved.).
On the evening of February 21 there will be only 25 angular minutes between the goddess of love and the god of war - less than a disk of the Moon!
Here are examples of beautiful pictures of the moon with an ash light in conjunction with Venus. Successful photohunting!