4 vertical 14mm shots stitched here for a 140-degree field of view across the Milky Way, photographed from my campsite at 11,700ft in California's White Mountains in winter, where I was backpacking for 10 days, looking at the trees. This particular tree is probably about 2500 years old and 1000 years dead. It measured about 5 meters across. Although it doesn't look it, it was a beautifully crisp -5F when this photo was taken. Normally it would be tough to get out of the tent when it's below zero at 5am, but not so much with skies like this.