My secluded Muskoka home is well clear of any town or city light pollution making it an ideal location for stargazing and experimenting in night photography. From my front step I caught the moon setting behind the treeline and managed to capture some stars in the sky too. Some extra light on the landscape was provided by driveway lights and a handheld spotlight.
I also accidentally created an illusion of the flagpole seemingly planted in the middle of my woodpile. I didn’t really plant a flagpole in the middle of the pile of wood. The woodpile is actually about 15 feet in front of the flagpole. That is one of the interesting things that can happen in night photography. At night it can be difficult to notice or see some details with the naked eye and only later when the files are carefully processed do those details reveal themselves.