Monday night I had the opportunity to go for a night flight down the Hudson River Corridor. We took the Mooney I took air to air photos of earlier this year: https://www.pilotsofamerica.com/community/threads/air-to-air-mooney-m20j.105188/ We had clear skies and no clouds for the entire trip. Unfortunately, it was a bit bumpy which made getting photos a little more challenging. Like everyone in this area of the country, I've flown the Corridor before. However, it has been a number of years and I had never done it at night. I have to say, I enjoyed it at night much more than during the day. Since you can't open the door on a Mooney, I had to shoot through the glass. To prevent reflections in the windows, I bought a lens skirt which seemed to work well. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1051335-REG/lenskirt_lskirt1_lenskirt.html I tried a couple different lenses, but found the 50 f/1.4 seemed to work the best. However, a couple of the photos below were taken with a 16-35 f/4. To maintain reasonable shutter speeds, I had the lenses wide open with ISO 12,800. And even with that I struggled to get sharp photos.