This is a shot from back in June when Bry and I took a trip down to central Utah to explore the desert and find some interesting places to shoot the Milky Way. It seems like each night we were down there we had incredible airglow, sometimes overwhelming in the images we took. We found this interesting wind blown rock formation with lots of little nooks and holes eroded in a petrified sand dune, so we decided to put some small LED light balls in the holes to add an interesting light element to the shot. Clouds starting rolling in as I was taking my sky pictures, typical, but the airglow was so intense you can barely see the Milky Way anyways. All in all a cool place to shoot with a beautiful night sky to match.