Lake Gaston, August 2019
A trip with friends to Lake Gaston yielded a beautifully dark and clear sky, despite predictions of bad weather. Once again I used my Fuji Xt-2 and 35mm f/2WR for these photos.
Here’s a 70 minute timelapse of the Milky Way. 298 Exposures, 13 seconds, ISO 12800. Jupiter is the bright object just to the right of the Milky Way.
Here’s a stack of 15 images from the above set, including a meteor.
And here’s another 13 image stack, looking straight up at the Zenith, also including a lucky meteor.