After posting other shots from the night shoot on McKibben Island in Pyramid Lake I was playing with multiple exposures within the shots and also stripping out colours. I have settled on these two shots which I feel are a more interesting versions.
The location on McKibben Island is an interesting one. On March 26, 2011 the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) officially designated Jasper National Park a Dark Sky Preserve (DSP). One of the closest spots and niceest to Jasper to experience the dark sky is Pyramid Lake and the small McKibben Island. Well worth visiting. The location has some interesting history with early development of the town of Jasper and the railroads. However on this particular night there was a huge full moon. That is why there is a lightness to all of the night snaps.