Last weekend with the fantastic company of @adriespeleo , @ivanferrerofotografia and @victorpeseta , we made a trip to the Sierra de Gredos, it was one of the few options we had if we wanted a minimally clear sky to take a Milky Way.
Once we got there, after settling down, we went to look for frames since the light would not take long to go, in the distance there were some small waterfalls that looked good, there we went and bingo, they formed a nice landscape next to the snowy peaks.
I took the shot of the earth in the blue hour (two seconds of exposure at Iso 400), when it got dark, we were having dinner and at 3:30 we woke up to take the sky, since at that time was when the Milky Way arc was best positioned.
Although there were clouds, by trial and error we were able to take more or less clear shots, for the sky I used the tracker (5 minutes exposure, Iso 640 and F4).
And this was the result!