Star Trails towards the West.
People love star trails and here's a little secret, they're really easy to shoot. All you need is a camera, a wide angle lens, a timer(called an intervolteter which may be built into the camera) and time). This is about a 90 minute star trail shot with a 10mm lens. The foreground was shot after I finished shooting the star trails and I light painted the rocks. Polaris is at the top right and it doesn't move, you can also see a satelite flare at the upper left. This was processed using Sequator(a free program on the Windows), I also removed airplane trails from the individual images(Joshua Tree has quite a bit of air traffic to the south and north).