Two of our Local Group neighbors—the enormous Andromeda Galaxy (and her satellites!) on the right, and the dimmer, more diminutive Triangulum Galaxy on the left—set against Cabezon Peak, in northern NM. The symmetry of this particular composition really appealed to me, as if the galaxies were swinging on a giant seesaw, with Andromeda apparently edging out Triangulum. I also really liked the idea of watching two entire galaxies, each harboring countless solar systems potentially teeming with other civilizations, setting against this austere natural formation, itself gently illuminated by faint lights emanating from a small pocket of our own civilization.
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