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Shadow Rays at Marshall Point
Marshall Point lighthouse is one of our favorite spots to shoot at night. In this image the ‘wagon wheel’ effect from the astragals in the tower's cap design adds to the otherworldly feel.
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Some planning and luck came together for this single exposure taken at the Pemigewasset Overlook on the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains. We had a good time setting up lots of tealights as the Milky Way moved into position above the gazebo.
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Sandy Point Galaxy Rise
The early spring Milky Way rises at Sandy Point Beach Park in Maine.
Shadow Rays II
Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride
Driving into Monument Valley on Rt 163 in Utah - this is an exposure blend of 9 shots for the sky and 1 shot for the foreground.
You have to be at the right place at the right time. This is an exposure blend of two shots during our North Woods of NH workshop - August 2016.
Incredible airglow over the Deer Isle-Sedgwick bridge in Maine.
Incredible airglow and clear night sky at Monument Cove in Acadia National Park.
Single exposure taken during our North Woods of New Hampshire workshop in August 2016.
A quick trip down to Lookout Point in Harpswell, Maine tonight turned into a time lapse and a great excuse to drink a few beers as the camera clicked away.
An abandoned ship under the night sky in Maine. Single exposure. Good leading lines. A great find.
Single exposure capturing the night sky and traffic crossing the Deer Isle-Sedgwick bridge in Maine.
The Wagon Wheel
Marshall Point lighthouse is one of our favorite spots to shoot at night. In this image the ‘wagon wheel’ effect from the astragals in the tower's cap design adds to the otherworldly feel as the photogenic core section of the Milky Way stretches through the scene. Comet 252P/LINEAR can also be seen as a green spot above and slightly to the left of the galactic core.
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