Last week I took advantage of the cooler temperatures in Northern Arizona and headed 3 hours north to Grand Canyon National Park. It was a quick overnight trip but I was able to capture a beautiful sunset, camp on the edge of the canyon, create some fun time-lapse videos, and of course, photograph the stars. It was the ideal time for star photography at the Grand Canyon because there was zero light pollution, clear skies, and a new moon phase just beginning. My favorite photo from the trip would be the star trail over the Desert View Watchtower. This was a photo stack of nearly 75 photos. I will be blogging soon about tips for creating milky way and star images!