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The early Spring Milky Way shines bright over the Thunder Hole area in Acadia National Park. This image is a 2 shot vertical panorama taken at 4AM in mid March 2015.
EXIF for both shots:
Nikon D600 & 14-24mm @ 14mm
f/2.8 - 20 secs - ISO 4000
Reflections of the Deer Isle-Sedgwick bridge stretching over Eggemoggin Reach at midnight. This angle is only possible during low tide but definitely worth it to capture summer traffic on the bridge, the North end of our Milky Way galaxy, the Andromeda galaxy, and the overall glow of a crescent moon setting behind the camera. The orange glow on the horizon is light pollution coming from the towns of Castine, Brooksville, and Sedgwick (L-R) on the Blue Hill Peninsula.
The Milky Way makes a dramatic background for the iconic Balanced Rock area in Arches National Park, Utah.