I started out the evening at 8:22 PM with a wide shot, hoping to perhaps capture Saturn far to the right of Venus. But even if Saturn were visible under these lighting conditions, I believe it is somewhere behind the rooftops on the right.
While probably not visible at this resolution, a careful scan of the original full-sized version of this image revealed a bright star in the upper right. After consulting a chart in Guy Ottewell's Astronomical Calendar 2010, I believe that this is actually Arcturus.
I zoomed in to image the celestial trio of Venus, Spica, and Mars. Here is an image taken at 8:25 PM: