I attached some videos and images that we have just obtain this morning of April 6 from Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain). These are a timelapse of the occultation of Venus by the Moon during sunrise. This was one of the few areas on Earth from which the phenomenon could be seen clearly because it occurred at dawn. We locate conveniently at 4.5 km from the Observatorio del Teide and used a 600mm objetive with a digital SLR Canon 6D. Exposures were obtained each half second. Concealment occurred when Venus was just 3 degrees and a half above the horizon, so the image quality is not optimal. (We had the equivalent of 15 air masses in our line of sight !). The moon was illuminated only 2%, while Venus, far in its orbit, showed small (about 10 "arc) but well lit (96%). The actual duration of timelapse presented is of 5 minutes, reduced in this case to 15 seconds.
This work has just been uploaded to the website of the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands