This is the first photo I have taken of the Milky Way. It was an afternoon when I was about to leave Ta County. As I passed by Lake Karakuri, I saw the opposite Mount Mustag and had a sudden idea to take a starry sky photo with me. At that time, I didn't have a suitable large aperture lens and only had a 50mm f1.8 small spittoon in my hand. Perhaps it was that obsession with the starry sky that gave me courage, and I resolutely decided to wait by the lake until late at night.

This is the first photo I have taken of the Milky Way. It was an afternoon when I was about to leave Ta County. As I passed by Lake Karakuri, I saw the opposite Mount Mustag and had a sudden idea to take a starry sky photo with me. At that time, I didn't have a suitable large aperture lens and only had a 50mm f1.8 small spittoon in my hand. Perhaps it was that obsession with the starry sky that gave me courage, and I resolutely decided to wait by the lake until late at night.

As time approached, I crawled out of the cabin and looked at the stars dotted in the sky. The Milky Way was so clear to the naked eye, and my excitement was indescribable. I brought my camera and tripod to the lake and pretended to manipulate the parameters.

Unexpectedly, a flashlight light suddenly appeared beside me, and a stranger walked towards me while shaking the flashlight. Then the light suddenly greeted me, "Shooting the starry sky?" he asked. I let out a sigh, and the other person became enthusiastic and said, "Then let's shoot together!"

He saw the tight lens in my hand and showed me his large wide-angle of 14-24mm f2.8, which made me very envious. As we spoke, the atmosphere between us became lively. To my surprise, he even offered to let me try his camera and shared his experience of shooting the starry sky with me.

We didn't have enough fun taking photos by the lake, so we climbed the nearby mountain together. I installed his "Starry Sky God Head" and immersed myself in pressing the shutter, taking one picture after another. After taking twenty or thirty pictures, I reluctantly returned the camera to him.

So, this unexpected photo of the Milky Way was born. It witnessed the wonderful experience of me befriending strangers through the starry sky, and also retained my beautiful memories of Mount Mustag by the Karakuri Lake.

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