Lastnight finally turned out to be a clear night in Joshua Tree. I got to snap this shot before the gusty winds came blowing in. The weather there is always a hit or miss, but I’m lucky I live close enough to keep going back. This specific area of the park is only daytime use, 20 minutes just wasn’t long enough. I wanted longer star trails. I’m determined to get it right! I’ll be back!
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