I remember the night I spent photographing the night sky at Monument Valley. It was cold and freezing. Just like now! Winters can be overly fierce at the Navajo Tribal Park. In the chill of the night, all one could see was darkness in every direction with sky lit by thousands of blazing stars. Just like the moon and sun, they rise in the east and set in the west leaving behind a fine print of trajectory on the canvas of night sky.
Shot with Nikon D810 using Nikkor 24-70mm. Exposure time 8s; ISO 1600 at f2.8 x 590 images.