Recently I went down to Tucson, AZ to learn some new techniques and add some from Sean Parker Photography. He showed me many things, but by far the coolest thing was hanging out in his astrophotography backyard at Mt. Lemmon. I see the Milky Way and the night sky for what Colorado has to offer me. I've seen the Milky Way in many places and did Star Trails in many places but Mt. Lemmon outside of Tucson is a place that showed me something new in the night sky that I have never seen before. I thank Sean Parker for showing me his beautiful backyard and teaching me how to make my astrophotography better. Again, If you aren't already following Sean Parker on here do so or check out his work on facebook, Instagram or his website, as he does deep space imaging with telelscopes and those images make you feel like your looking at a Hubble Space Telescope image. He's that talented.We found this one great location on the 2nd night and this tree just captivated us with its personality so we both set up many different types of shots here but this is my star trail from this place, I love it. The yellow hue is light pollution from Tucson, AZ. Even at 10,000~ Ft. you still get light pollution from Tucson but comparing these photos to ones I take in the pitch black of darkness I find it creates a fantastic mood for the images.Hope you enjoy!