While bivouacing with my family high in the Alps I took some wide-angle shots of the summer sky:
Nikon AF Nikkor 20mm f/2.8
My daughter sleeping under the starlit summer sky.
The ISS passing overhead is recorded as a bright trail on this image created from multiple isngle exposures.
In the upper left corner of the image (brightened) the trails of a triplett of NOSS satellites can be seen, at lower left apparently a cosmic ray has left it’s mark on the Sensor.
Clouds are come in from the West below the Big Dipper asterism in the Ursa Major constellation.
Nikon AF Nikkor 20mm
20x 15s @f/2.8