Night photography is one of my all time favorite types of photography. Long exposures somehow make things more interesting. You can always count on exposures over 5-10 seconds to show you things that you normally would not see when looking through the lens. Colors start to pop, motion blurs into cool patterns, and things just generally look cooler.
13 seconds at f8.0, ISO 1000 at 24mm.
Thanks to Phil Hess for the spot, he had it already scoped out and knew right where to go for a cool perspective.
I love the deep purples in the sky and the glassy water, and the framing of the stars in the sky from the brush surrounding us.