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Commerce & cosmos

Night view from near Siskiyou Pass, Oregon facing traffic on Interstate 5 south towards California.  The Milky Way was quite clear overhead though lights of the Rogue Valley were prominent to the north & a few high wisps of clouds were streaming across leading to minor obstructions.  While Interstate 5 is known for its high volume of traffic, especially in Southern California where the lights of vehicles can be seen from space, this area into Northern California has more of the freedom of darkness.  Like most night shots, it's a balance b/w clarity & visibility.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 18/11/2017
送信日: 19/11/2017
更新日: 12/12/2017


Tags: interstate 5; oregon; california; cottonwood peak; mount ashland; cascade siskiyou national monument; pilot rock; night scene; milky way galaxy; stars; andromeda galaxy; pleiades; mountains; pass; summit
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