3:30 a.m., 16°F. and calm. Coat over pajamas. Hat over headlamp. Crampons over boots. Gloves. Camera on tripod, set to 30 sec., with 16mm lens at f2.8, ISO 1600.
The constellation Casseopia is the W in the upper right corner. The standout star near the horizon, left of center is Capella, the biggest and brightest giant yellow star visible in our sky. Capella (Latin for nanny goat) is part of the Charioteer constellation.