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B 330 C 11 E Aug 27, 2014 F Aug 27, 2014
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This was one of the coolest things I've ever seen. I promise I didn't touch the saturation on this.

Tags:   priest lake northern lights fire pit beach night photography astrophotography idaho northern idaho

B 393 C 4 E Aug 24, 2014 F Aug 26, 2014
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Here's another comp of the Vista House. This may be my favorite. It looks like the Milky Way is rising out of the chimney.

Tags:   mount spokane vista house milky way astrophotography stars spokane inland northwest washington state park

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This weekend brought sever thunderstorms and spectacular lighting and was followed by a beautiful sunset. I had been watching this carnival setting up all week on my ride home from work, and had hoped to get there for a few pictures. Saturday evening, after the storms passed, the opportunity to shoot the carnival with the brilliant sunset in the background presented itself.

Tags:   Canon 5D Mark III HDR Carnival Ferris Wheel Sunset Canon 15mm Fisheye DxO Optics Pro 8 Nik Color Efex Pro 3

B 452 C 6 E Aug 25, 2014 F Aug 26, 2014
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Tags:   Mount Spokane vista house spokane Inland Northwest washington state park stars astrophotography

B 528 C 3 E Aug 24, 2014 F Aug 25, 2014
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I didn't expect to be able to compose the Milky Way over the city. In fact, later on when all was dark the light pollution swallowed up and hid any sign of stars anywhere near the city. But at 9:30 p.m., when this picture was taken, the stars were still visible as was the Milky Way. It just shows you what is right on top of us but hidden from view because of all the light pollution. Downtown Spokane is located just to the right of the center on the horizon.

Tags:   spokane mt spokane milky way light pollution stars astrophotography


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