Regarding photography, a friend once casually remarked, “Sunsets get boring after a while. They all end up looking the same.” Well, sometimes you capture one or two that are especially pretty.
Late at night on June 16, 2018 looking south in Raymond, Maine, USA.
You can see the subtle arc of diurnal motion in the movement of this long exposure. Again, Mars and Saturn are the brightest.
This is a dark evening sky in Connecticut that appears much lighter due to a 4.3 second exposure at ISO 1600 and f/1.4. It is strange to see the stars in a blue sky.