Pueblo Pintado is one of the outlying Chacoan complexes in northern New Mexico. Unlike its nearby relative, Chaco Culture National Park, it is rarely visited. I spent the night there earlier this week. The moon and most of the clouds were gone, and there was not much surrounding ambient light, though there was enough that I didn't have to use auxiliary lighting on the structures. This image was made from 19 light frames (captured with a NIKON D800E camera) by Starry Landscape Stacker 1.6.1. Algorithm: Median. ISO 6400. Exposure, 20 seconds. Lens: Sigma 24-35 ART at 24mm, f/2.2. Further processing was done using Photoshop.