The early-summer Milky Way, arcing low across the horizon, shines over a sandstone formation in the badlands. Part of the Hellcreek formation, this area is rich in fossils, exposing dinosaur bones as the Earth weathers away. Taking this photograph, a stitched-panorama of 24 images, I was struck thinking that Jurassic beasts walked over the very ground where I stood. I'm offering this on Pure Art Printer's proprietary metal, a beautiful, frameless way of displaying this colorful work of art. It's my best night skies photo to date, each star sharp and round, with a gorgeous, moon-lit foreground. This piece is 20x48", although other sizes are possible.