The lights up here are designed for minimal light pollution. We're already at 7,000 feet so even with light pollution we can see more stars than Boulder. With these "zero light pollution" systems, less light is reflected into the atmosphere and we can see WAY more stars. I'll make sure to do a long-exposure star shot to prove my point. This shot is one of those lights in the rain. These lights are really red. My WB here was at 2500K, the lowest/coolest it will go, and everything is still orange.