Some people say that you can’t see the milky way when the moon is out, especially if it is a full moon. It certainly isn’t as crisp and clear but with a good lens, and nice camera, and a little luck one can still find our galaxy even when the landscape is being lit up like day by a bright moon. I got this shot at an undisclosed location near Mammoth Lakes California and can’t wait to come back here to shoot the Milky Way again when the moon isn’t so bright and the stars can shine to their full potential. The High Sierras make such a perfect backdrop for the galaxy don’t they?
Enjoy my adventures?