This composite image was captured at sunset (below) and near midnight (above) at Meteor Crater, AZ in late May 2019.
Two transits of the International Space Station across the face of a full moon as captured from Northern Arizona. The first of five ISS images, November 23, 2018, and the second of four ISS images, November 11, 2019.
The Summer 2019 Museum Wildfire in Northern Arizona, as seen from a distance of nearly 10 miles with the Milky Way looking down.
Under a full panorama of the Milky Way there is a pathway leading to the unknown, but with a golden vision on the horizon.