Image Credit & Copyright: Mike Taylor.

Mike Taylor comes through again with another beautiful set of startrails; this time from the scenic Sand Beach at Acadia National Park, ME.  Knowing this location very well makes this image special to me but I also love the colors and the fact that out of the startrails you can still clearly see the Milky Way stretching from its nucleus at bottom right to the outer stretches at top left.  Even in this image you can see the light hiding behind the Milky Way’s dust lanes trying to shine though, in fact; even as it stands today there are still locations where it’s dark enough to stand and see your shadow cast by the Milky Way itself.

If you enjoy this image check out more of Mike’s work and if you’re ever in the New England a visit to Acadia National Park is a must.  Give yourself a couple days to explore though!

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