On my recent trip to Maine in early March, I had a made an attempt at getting photos of the Portland Head Light at night. Unfortunately, the clouds did not co-operate as they covered the lower sky. I took a chance and got right underneath the lighthouse and shot straight up. The upper sky was clear and I was able to get lots of beautiful stars back dropping the Head Light. You can see the cloud cover in the left side of the photo. The clouds are being illuminated by the rising moon. Just to the right of that, the Milky Way is just visible.
This photo was shot on a Nikon D800 with the Tamron 15-30 f/2.8 lens. The shot is taken at 15mm.
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