An interesting phenomenon
This year, 2015, two planets are being the center of the astronomers' attention, at least until August: Jupiter and Venus. A phenomenon, called conjunction, started approximately on June 30. The conjunction between two planets is when they seem to be colliding, but, of course, they aren't. The photo above was taken on July 18, so the planets are not as "close" to each other as they "were" at the beginning of the phenomenon. Let A be the astronomical body that is on the top of the photo, B be the one that is in the middle and C be the one that is on the bottom. What is the name of A, B and C, respectively?
Note: consider that this photo was taken on the Earth, with an ordinary camera.