Panorama of our Galaxy viewed from the top of Mt. Evans at 14,200 ft. The Galactic Core of The Milky Way and spiral arm stretch over the entire city of Denver, CO which is the yellow glow. The Meyer-W
"I have always been fascinated with astronomy and the night sky since I was a kid," says Danson. "The road to the summit of Mt. Evans is only open for a few months of the year because of snowfall. During the spring and summer of 2013, I spent more than 30 nights at the summit waiting for a cloudless night sky. This photograph includes the Milky Way's galactic core and spiral arm, with the Meyer-Womble Telescope in the foreground, and with the yellow sea of light pollution, which is the entire city of Denver, Colorado."