This is my best single wide field astrophoto so far. Midnight had passed two hours ago and I had just finished taking multiple wide-field photographs (to stack later) of various parts of the Milky Way in my favorite dark sky place in Greece (Sep 2019). As I was ready to pack everything, I quickly used my 1x42 binoculars to scan the sky. Cygnus was full of stars, like glowing diamonds in a black dessert. I couldn't resist and I turned my camera to Deneb and Sadr and took one single photograph. Then I packed everything and I drove back to my hometown, about 30 minutes away. It was a great night, away from any kind of human-made light pollution.
23rd September 2019, Iria, GMT+2, Greece, TEMP: 20C, Bortle Class 3 ~SGM: 21.72 mag./arc sec2
Camera: Nikon D810A
Lens: Samyang 135mm f/2
Mount: Skywatcher Star Adventurer
14 bit RAW (NEF)
1 x 87s ISO 1600 f/2.8
PixInsight 1.8 Core