I wanted to see just how many stars I could get, in the middle of Broomfield, which is surrounded by the Denver Metro area – so lots of light pollution. I started at around twilight, and took a photo every 20 minutes or so.
This one was my favorite. This shows far more stars than could be seen with the naked eye, but still, not as many as I wanted to see.
I liked this shot for the clouds moving by, glowing from the lights of nearby Denver.
May have to wait until the New Moon or when the Perseids come out next month – and head up to the hills.
June 21, 2014. ISO 400 F-stop 3.5 AWB 20 seconds