This started out as a sunset time lapse. In fact it wasn't ever supposed to be a night time lapse, I had forgotten my camera on the balcony and when I woke up the next morning it was still taking photos. The settings were all wrong on the camera but I was still able to salvage quite a bit of the astrophotography.

There was also an awful bright light from a nearby apartment building. I never like to say a shot is ruined because I think any shot can be turned into something unique, but for astrophotography a bright light near the frame is never a good thing.

I hope you all can enjoy for what it is. Telluride has given me so much throughout my life, including a night sky that is second to none. It is a beautiful town that I am lucky enough to call my home.

Shot on a Canon 7D,
18mm Tamron Lens
Manfrotto tripod & fluid head

Brian Crain
A light in the Trees

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