Another week of Monochrome Madness organized by Leanne Cole.
I took this image of the night sky while waiting for the Aurora in northern Norway (literally in a short pause). Here, where I live, we can never see so many stars at night. All the big cities around with their bright lights pollute the sky. So, you can only see the brightest stars. You have to be at least 70 km away from the next city to see all the stars. The farer, the better.
The mountain line in the image is about 2 km from my position. They are approximately 1,000 m high.
14mm, ISO 6400, 5 sec, f2.8, manual focus, full frame