The story of the photograph:
It was Milkyway season in the northern hemisphere, the nights are just starting to warm up, and the Milkyway is rising earlier into the evening. The dark skies of Joshua Tree National Park gave the human eye the ability to see far into space. It was the highlight of the evening.
About the photographer:
By: Ranz Navarro. A self-thought photographer based out of Orange County, CA. He is a pediatric Occupational Therapist by trade, and moonlights as an adventure, landscape, and travel photographer.
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