The Neowise Comet was at it brightest point this week, but closer to the horizon. This meant that getting a good view of it meant later times, and later after dark. I kept trying to find something I could use as the foreground, and during a drive west on HW2 last week, I found something that may work. The image below is of an old church (no longer in use) in Shevlin, MN right on HW2. I thought the orientation, doors to the south, and the street light to the left of the building made it a prime candidate. I would be able to expose for the sky, and let the street light illuminate the building. What I was not anticipating was an operating light on the side door on the right side of the image. This made me modify my composition, looking to keep it from dominating the scene.