Orion and the Space Station Over Lewis Pond
Clouds streamed over me from west to east as the sky slowly cleared and I took more night photos from the Lewis Pond Overlook. At around 5:30 I set up to take some images including Lewis Pond itself, when I noticed what appeared to be a bright star moving steadily across the sky. I am pretty sure that the "star" was in fact the International Space Station. I quickly set up for a 30-second exposure, which led to the streak you see in the center of this image; the breaks in the line are from clouds.
To the right of the streak you can make out the star pattern of Orion, his belt prominent. Below the sky show you can see the layered hills of northeastern Vermont at peak foliage (and during an exceptional year), valley fog, and Lewis Pond bottom center.