The moon had risen, which usually means "quitting time" for taking scenic astrophotos (it causes "light pollution"), but I decided to try one more with this new combine, posing in front of the core of our galaxy on a ND wheat field. The moonlight lit the left/rear of combine and stubble nicely, and I finished the job by light-painting the front side with a small flashlight during the long exposure. The very bright reddish "star" right above combine is Mars.
Taken 8/29/18 with Pentax K-1 and Rokinon 24mm at f1.7 for 30 seconds, ISO3200.
September 2nd, 2018
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