This is a throwback to one of my favorite nights I’ve ever spent camping. My best friend and I took off on a camping/backpacking/roadtrip with only vague destinations in mind. We knew we wanted to visit Crater Lake, but had no idea where we’d camp when we got there. We ran into a guy that was working there for the summer, named Jimmy that was out for a bike ride around the entire rim of the mountain, but had found himself about 6 or 7 miles short of done with no light when it got dark. We found him at just the right time and his ride back to staff quarters also guided us back to the south Campground where we scored a fantastic camp spot with a brilliant overhead view of the Milkyway.
Sony A7 and an Olympus OM mount 24mm f/2.8.
MeFoto Globetrotter tripod