Seneca Lake Milky Way

Seneca Lake Milky Way.
My class I am teaching up here in the Finger Lakes Region were joined by some other folks last night as we were in pursuit of photographing the Milky Way. I had scouted out a location the other night after checking out a few phone Apps. We met last night and went to the tip of the Seneca Lake State Park and waited for the Galactic Core to be visible (10:31 p.m. last night) and began capturing the magic in the sky. We even got to see a couple satellites and the International Space Station fly over head. For some it was their first time to see and photograph the night sky. It was a lot of fun and the images came out great! Thanks to those who joined me, thankfully the mosquitoes weren’t that bad!
Tamron 17-35mm Di OSD lens on a Nikon Z6, Manual Exposure mode, f2.8, ISO 1600, shutter speed of 30 seconds, Fotopro Eagle Series tripod and gimbal head, processed in Lightroom Classic CC, PhotoPills. #WithMyTamron, #Tamron, #TamronUSA, #TamronLensesUSA, #TamronImageMaster, #PhotoPills, #FotoproUSA, #BearWoodsPhotography, #PPSNYSWorkshop2019

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