A week of work and camping in Drumheller was rewarded with a clear sky last evening. The sun sets relatively late in Alberta and twilight lasted till close to 11 pm. A waxing moon illuminated the hills and Hoodoos but I was determined to make at least one night image of the Hoodoos. We brought plenty of mosquito repellent (which was necessary), set up our tripods and for the first time I used my wide angle lens to capture as much of the night landscape as possible.
The 43 images were generated between 11 pm and 1:30 am and blended with Starstax software.