A collection of widefield images

Cygnus midfield at 50mm, one hour total exposure from a Bortle 2 site

Cygnus midfield at 50mm, one hour total exposure from a Bortle 2 site

Zodiacal Light near Orion, captured in the early morning in September 2019 at a Bortle 2 site

Zodiacal Light near Orion, captured in the early morning in September 2019 at a Bortle 2 site

Cygnus widefield at 14mm. 3 hours total exposure, captured from a Bortle 2 site

Cygnus widefield at 14mm. 3 hours total exposure, captured from a Bortle 2 site

Sagittarius midfield at 50mm, 1 hour total exposure from a Bortle 2 site

Sagittarius midfield at 50mm, 1 hour total exposure from a Bortle 2 site

Sagittarius region at 18mm over the Lake Afton Observatory. Static tripod exposure from July 2017

Sagittarius region at 18mm over the Lake Afton Observatory. Static tripod exposure from July 2017

ISS transit captured in 14mm from the Lake Afton Observatory in April 2018

ISS transit captured in 14mm from the Lake Afton Observatory in April 2018

Widefield taken at Lake Afton Observatory west of Wichita. From left to right Mars, Saturn, the Moon, Jupiter, and Venus are all visible along the ecliptic. September 2018

Widefield taken at Lake Afton Observatory west of Wichita. From left to right Mars, Saturn, the Moon, Jupiter, and Venus are all visible along the ecliptic. September 2018

22-Degree Lunar Halo. Taken during Full Moon shortly after the conclusion of a Lunar Eclipse in January 2019

22-Degree Lunar Halo. Taken during Full Moon shortly after the conclusion of a Lunar Eclipse in January 2019