One of the nice things about living in Maine is having things shots like this nearby. I've been super happy with my 12mm f2 Rokinon on my X-T1 for both astrophotography and all sorts of other kinds of work. The stars in this photo are 10 shots at 13 seconds each, taken one right after another at f2/ISO6400, then aligned and blended in Photoshop (the smudging on the right being the result of blending clouds). I took a longer shot at slightly lower ISO (without moving the camera), to get some detail in the rocks and breaking wave. The glow is due to clouds and the significant light pollution found in this part of Maine. EDIT: I uploaded a not-so-high-resolution photo of 1600px on the long edge, which looks a bit soft in the thread on my large monitor, but it really is a pretty sharp image seen without monitor upscaling.