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I met some girl-friends in Lee Vining this past week-end for a long weekend of camping and photography.
One of the things we wanted to do was some night photography. With the Moon rising in the wee hours of the morning we had several hours of the dark sky to work with.
After sunset which wasn’t too colorful, we went searching for a neat foreground to accompany a Milky Way image. We found this wonderful dead tree on a country road. We had a lot of fun shooting it and admiring the stars is always so peaceful.
If you look closely you’ll see I managed to capture several shooting stars in this frame.
The bright object above the tree is Jupiter.
I have quite a few images to share in future posts from this week-end that include Wild Mustangs, a Ghost town at night, and some landscapes.
I hope you’re all having a great week!
Single Frame| Nikon D810| Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G@2.8|IS0 3200|20s| Manual Priority| Tripod
more to come…