Sharing the beauty and majesty of God's universe through astronomy!
Cassiopeia is a constellation that is typically always above the horizon and is opposite of the Big Dipper (Ursa Major). I like to describe it as a lazy W or lazy M depending on the time of year. It too can be used to locate the North Star, Polaris. See the second image with the constellation lines and the pointer line.
Delicate Arch is the most famous of all the arches in Arches National Park. You have to hike 1.5 miles on a gravel and rock trail with an elevation change of about 600 feet. The hike up at dusk was pretty easy. There were about 60 people there when I arrived just before sunrise.
This was photographed at sunrise on July 23, 2021 before people started walking under the arch to get photograph.
Milky Way over Cody, Wyoming. Winds were strong at 20 mph. I had to position the Jeep so that it would break part of the wind. Single photo, Nikon D5500, Rokinon 16mm, f2.0, 8 second exposure, ISO 1600. Foreground fence and hills painted with iPhone light.