The sun was still low enough when I pulled over at the iconic Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, which was on the way back from Mahogany Flat Campground. Considering its interesting historical background, it was relatively deserted. While recalling some cool shots of stars trailing above these kilns, I waited for the sun to rise over the ridge line. Definitely one more reason to return to capture my own star trails.
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