Stunning photograph posted by National Park Service people in Mount Ranier National Park:
Information from the Mount Ranier NPS site at Instagram:
Some images are just plain extraordinary — and often, the photographer has invested a great deal of time and effort to make that image happen. Photographer Dave Morrow describes the process of among this image from Mount Rainier National Park in October 2012. “I went up to Sunrise Point at Mt. Rainier last weekend with my buddy Keith. After a lame sunset, we waited for the Milky Way to come out. The placement was just perfect and the sky was pitch black! Time to jack up the ISO and shoot some stars . . . this was one of many from the night.”
See more of Mr. Morrow’s work, here: DaveMorrowPhotography.com
Difficult to know whether the streaks are airplanes or meteoroids. No doubt it was a long exposure.
(Links added here.)
[Update, June 2015: Morrow has protected his photo from linking in most places; go see this photo, and many others, at his site: http://www.davemorrowphotography.smugmug.com/]