(Report by Jim)
A cloudless, moonless night usually means I’m going to step away from a conversation to hit my shutter button. Last night, Venus was very bright over the North end of Lake Leelanau.
After it set, the rest of the galaxy came out. We had some fun with John Marshall and his daughter Scout taking long exposure star fields. We even caught some meteors! Today started and ended cloudless with a trip on the Mishe Mokwa. The sunrise photo is courtesy of John Burnham.