Little Redfish Lake
We decided that this location was one of our favorites for the year, despite the constant traffic in and out of the popular touristy area the reflections off the lake were incredible and the interesting lighting created by the headlights made for a very cool foreground. This is a lesson in how to make a pretty tall mountain range look very very small, the sky up here is HUGE and the prominence of the Milky Way tends to put large things in a small perspective. That night we had a good Aurora event and the airglow/skyglow colors were fantastic due to the increased solar activity. All in all this is a wonderful location to take pictures from and a night I won't ever forget.
15 exposures for this image all shot with a Nikon Z7 and Sigma Art 40mm on a Sky Watcher Star Adventurer Mini tracking mount. 9 sky exposures were 2 minutes at ISO 800 and f2, 3 foreground exposures were 1.5 minutes at ISO 1600 and f1.4, and 3 reflection exposures at 30 seconds, ISO 10000, and f2.