Lake Thirty-Three – Mount Heinous (Night 2), Payette National Forest, Idaho

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During Night 2, I was up about 11:00 and had less than 10 minutes to shoot Milky Way images before moonrise.

A couple of quick angles, this one looking north, away from the galactic center. Already the sky on the right side is lighting up from the moon. Notice the star reflections in the lake, it was dead calm.

One last quick image looking south and you can see the moonlight is on the peak to the right.

It only took about 5 minutes and the sky was washed out for stars.

A view of camp with moonlight bathing the mountain behind.

One last image of the Lake Thirty-Three basin, bathed in moonlight!

Come back tomorrow for the conclusion of this amazing journey!

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