After a two and a half hour hike up to the top, I ate dinner with my group and setup camp on the very top of the summit. Once it got dark I took several long exposures, and then decided to try a longer one, maybe around 30 minutes. I setup the camera, started the exposure and promptly fell asleep. I awoke two hours later and realized it had run out of battery and shut off. After warming up the battery in my pocket, I popped it into the camera to take a quick look at what it had captured. To my delight, I saw this spectacular view of the stars! Apparently it had run for 1.5 hours before shutting off.
I'm a birder and bird photographer. I was first introduced to bird photography at the age of 12 while living in Tasmania.I started getting more serious about birding in 2016.