Whilst waiting to see if noctilucent clouds appeared I captured this photo of the Belt of Venus.
The Belt of Venus, Venus’s Girdle, or antitwilight arch is an atmospheric phenomenon visible shortly before sunrise or after sunset, during civil twilight, when a pinkish glow extending roughly 10–20° above the horizon surrounds the observer. The planet Venus, when visible, is typically located in the Belt of Venus.
In the photo below from Lichfield tonight, the pink of the Belt of Venus can be seen across the tops of the trees. Venus itself can be seen peaking above the trees on the left.