Henry W. Coe State Park After Dark

Day One Hundred and Thirty Four. Henry W. Coe State Park had been on my list of places to visit for far too long. Finally, we made the trip up there, hiked in a few miles to what was, for all intents and purposes, the peak of whatever mountain-like hill we hadn't realized would be so long, and set up for a lovely evening of star gazing. I didn't set out with the intention of capturing the Milky Way, and it wasn't until I got back and processed the images that I realized I'd done so. I absolutely did not have any of my camera setting correct for the Milky Way, so I processed the sequence into black and white since it's nearly impossible to recover proper coloration of the Milky Way in post (or, at least, I couldn't get acceptable results, haha). Hope you enjoy the view!

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