One really cool thing about dating an incredibly smart geologist is that when you're out exploring interesting rock formations you get to learn what it is exactly that you're looking at. This area of Utah is just one of many with wildly interesting geological formations, she dubbed this "coal goblins" due to the large layer of coal that is propping up the upper goblin stone layer. Having an amazing woman by my side that also really loves astrophotography happens to be a pretty big plus as well, it's amazing to share these experiences with someone you love and happens to love doing these things with you as well.
6 exposures for this image, all shot with my Nikon Z7 and Sigma Art 40mm on a Sky Watcher Star Adventurer Mini tracking mount. All exposures are 2 minutes at ISO 800 and f1.8, taken consecutively, rocks are illuminated with several small LED light balls.