Two days past new moon, and the thin, bright, crescent moon is making the evening sky in the west extra beautiful.
Every month there’s a good chance that something else relatively nearby (on an astronomical scale) will be up there with it.
This month it’s Venus, up there to the left. (Ignore the lens reflection of the moon up there on top, it’s an illusion.)
In theory, Mercury’s there right below the moon, about a smidge above the mountain in the lower right corner, but you won’t see it in these images. It’s still way to close to the Sun and will set before it gets dark enough to be seen. If you want to see it, go look back in May when they were all there together and a little higher and closer together.