Silver Lake provides a good reflection opportunity for the Milky Way. We were lucky to have a very still night and yet AGAIN a cloudless sky to capture the Milky Way with!
Brighton Resort gives off some local light pollution which luckily is blocked by the trees on the shoreline. Those trees keep the lights from ruining the reflection of stars.
We had a flight in the morning at 6am so we needed our Milky Way Photography for Night 11 to be very simple and very close to Brendon’s house. So we headed up to Silver Lake near the Brighton Ski Resort up Little Cottonwood Canyon.
Usually local light pollution is a drag, but this time it lit up the mountains in the distance and kept them from being a black silhouette and I am really liking that!
Keep checking back on the adventure as I go for 23 straight nights of Milky Way Photography! Night 12 we make it out to Bandon, Oregon and get a chance to capture the Milky Way over Face Rock State Park!
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