Discovering Private Idaho

Social distancing isn’t a bad thing. We often miss what is right there in front of us while we careen through our every day at 100 mph. This “adventure” we are in is a mind shift on many levels. We are forced to reassess and make do with that we have close at hand. In so doing, we start to see more and appreciate there is much more than we realize in the small space we are in. The other night I did a 90-minute star trail in my back yard. The moon was rising and it washed my shed with beautiful light.
The colors of the star trails reflect the age and temperature of the star.
Nikon Z6, Nikkor 17-35mm lens, |ISO 1250|f/2.8|3 seconds|1158 images stacked.

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