Something I love to do is capture real, accurate, true-to-life images that are not visible to the human eye. Most often, that refers to astrophotography. There are places where the night sky is dark enough that you can actually see the milky way in the sky, but it requires long exposure photography to reveal the volume of and colors in the stars. Another setting for this is twilight. It’s a thrill because a lot of the time you have no idea what the landscape looks like or whether the sky is colorful, because it’s still too dark for your eyes. But the camera sensor knows all (with enough time in the exposure). This capture is from the early part of a long, cold, blissful morning for me and I came away with many images I cherish, but this is the real prize.