When I passed by this overlook of Seminoe Reservoir earlier in the evening I knew I had to return at midnight. As the milky way first rises it forms a huge arch from the northeast to southeastern sky. The only way to capture it all is by shooting a panorama with my widest lens. Stripes of green airglow crossed the sky and the yellow glow is light pollution from the Denver suburbs 150 miles away.
- Kevin Palmer
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2020, May, Seminoe Mountains, Seminoe Reservoir, Seminoe State Park, United States, Wyoming, airglow, astronomy, astronphotography, canyon, clear, dark, galaxy, green, kevin palmer, milky way, night, nikon d750, panorama, panoramic, rising, scenic, sigma 14mm f1.8, sky, space, spring, starry, stars, stitched, view, water
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