Just before the clouds closed in again, we used this little out-house in our shot that was positioned ideally to capture the Milky Way stretching vertically above. A vertical composition ensured I could include as much of the Milky Way as possible. The lighthouse beam didn’t reach this part but there was still enough light spill to illuminate the out-house. Along with the partly cloudy sky, it meant I needed to shoot at ISO4000 to get as much light as possible onto my sensor. By the way, the shadowy form on top of the out-house is a huge fog horn!