It was clear skies, relatively cool outside for Louisiana, and the moon was at 3% with an early setting time. A great night for stargazing. So we head out to Pecan Island, Louisiana for some night hammocking and astrophotography.
Saw a few shooting stars but failed to capture any on camera.
This 40 minute exposure was between some giant oak trees I found in a very dark part of the road along the marshy coast. One shot is closer to the true colors, and the other is edited to bring focus on the oak tree.
Took some shorter exposure shots of the stars behind these giant trees. Facing the coastal marshes.
A friendly moth came to hang out.