|Under a midnight Milky Way, the headlight beam from a westbound freight train paints the foothills|
framing Mount St. Nicholas, along the southern edge of Glacier National Park.
For my most recent light painting, a couple of months ago, I used a bigger light - the headlight on a train. In "Midnight Train," a westbound freight was winding its way along the valley floor, from camera right to left, while I shot sets of 14 images to stitch together later. When the headlight swept across the foothills, I thought, "Dang, there goes that set." Then I reconsidered. I like it. A lot. Hope you do too.