The Milky Way and impressive sculptures scattered around the desert community of Borrego Springs, California, where TWAN member Dennis Mammana regularly holds his sky photography for beginners workshops. With a summertime population of far less than 3,000 and surrounded by a thousand square miles of the Anza-Borrego Desert, the community doesn’t produce much light pollution and enjoys one of the darkest skies in Southern California. From the photographer: “This is one of dozens of metal sculptures created by Ricardo Breceda. The moon had already risen in the east so the Milky Way and the starry heavens became a bit anemic, but the moonlight produced some beautiful highlights in the scene, so I quickly set up to capture my friend Ken Lee shooting the dinosaurs.” © Dennis Mammana



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