You’ve shared your superb snaps of some seriously spectacular sunsets in D.C. over the past few weeks, but Joseph Gruber‘s staggering shot over the Anacostia River from Yards Park has left us stunned.
Now this is how you do astrophotography in the nation’s capital. Joseph Gruber took note of what time the International Space Station would be passing over the city last Thursday (which you can look up here or sign up for alerts), then set up his camera where he could get the perfect backdrop. He combined multiple exposures for the final image. If you’re interested in trying some night sky photography, read these tips by local photographers.