We signed up for the Family Camp at Northwest Trek, which includes a single overnight camp, access to the park after-hours, a special tram tour to see the animals, and a hot breakfast the next morning.
I took advantage of the clear (and hot) weather to set up my tripod after everyone had gone to bed and attempt some starry sky shots. I have a lot of respect for people that do this well; it’s a great reminder that continued practice is always good. If nothing else, it’s a great way to spend some quiet time in the summer.
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Great capture here. I think the tent really make it unique from other star gazing shots. Well done.