I'm currently camping in Preston, Connecticut and when I looked at the light pollution map I was happy to see some places that would be perfect to photograph the night sky! It was 10:30 and I saw the stars, so I grabbed my camera, my tripod and my wife and we headed out. As soon as we traveled outside the campground the clouds rolled in. There were maybe 10 visible stars. So, we headed back to the campground and I parked a little bit outside the gate to see what I could photograph. I heard a car coming from the right and I figured I would open the shutter as it drove by. And this was the result after 30 seconds. I loved the way the headlights lit up the fence. The trees were reflected in the glass from the roof of my car. And the clouds were lit up this great deep orange from the combination of light pollution and the car's head and tail lights. It wasn't starry skies or the Milky Way, but I was satisfied for now. There are 6 more nights to shoot!