Charlie climbed the rocks across the road at our Blitzen Crossing campsite to get photos of us. These shots run from 300 mm telephoto to 28 mm wide angle.
The big campfire on the final evening at Steens. Being 80 miles from the nearest town of any size, Steens has no light pollution. We had crystal clear night skies and an incredible view of the stars every night. We saw the Andromeda galaxy with our naked eyes and could clearly see Jupiter's moons. It was possible to see well enough to walk around by starlight.
Farewell to Steens!
These muleys were seen in a preserve as we drove back towards Burns