I am currently in Grenoble on an academic exchange. Luckily last weekend was a bank holiday and I decided to rent a car and explore the surrounding area. I knew the forecast was good for the Milky Way being out so I scouted for a good spot during the day. I found this spot and drove back here at night. Arriving early I slept in the car for a few hours to wait for it to come out. Man was it worth the wait. Unfortunately there were still some clouds but you could still clearly see it behind them. This is a 12 shot 3 tier pano of my amazing view. I was even lucky enough to pick up a shooting star or perhaps its the ISS. Someone can confirm?
24mm · f/2.8 · 1.3s · ISO 2500