You have to get up early to pay your respects. It’s a bit nippy of an October dawn in your dressing-gown and slippers, but luckily the converging deities won’t mind. Probably.
From top: Regulus, Venus, Mars, Jupiter. You’ll need to look at the full-size image to see Regulus and Mars.
By the time I had located the camera (batteries low of course), the tripod, and the connector, and hunted about in menus for long exposures and self-timer, the night was already rolling away. The conjunction will keep getting closer for some days; surely every single morning won’t be cloudy?
Mem for next time: get set up earlier and don’t bother finding the leggings. Just freeze. Possibly look for a location for the tripod not blighted by overhead wires. Also mem: for novelty value, try getting the camera horizontal.