I have done quite a few images with Milky Way reflections lately, but this one beats them all.
It was taken at Pass Lake in the beautiful Uintas Mountains in Utah.
I stopped at this spot to take a picknick for lunch and immediately knew that I had to come here for a night shooting. Therefore, I drove back into the Uintas the same evening.
The night turned out to be perfectly clear and calm during the first hours after astronomical dusk, so that I was able to capture this perfect reflection.
I lit the trees on the other side of the lake with two LED lights using the Low Level Lighting method.
Astro modified Canon EOS 6D
Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8
4 x 40s @ ISO 6400
5 x 20s @ ISO 6400
Individually stacked with fitswork for the sky and the reflection.