Trona Pinnacles in our beloved Mojave desert. My second home!
Drove five hours, stayed up all night, zombie next day, came home with an image of a bathroom. No logic in this
Front lighting on this one with some help of a motorist to light the distance. Pretty good night on Walker Pass
High Desert country here in Kern County. First Milky way of the new season. Whoo Hoo!
The May Milky Way rises late and lays down horizontally. Great if you can find a dark sky and an unobstructed view of the horizon. Next month is the jewel.
The Joshua's and night sky. Good combo
Moment Of Clarity
Walker Pass looking north. May sky signaling the beginning of another year of night photography. Here's hoping for something special this year
Red Rock Canyon. Straight at Polaris. 88 Frames at 30 seconds ISO 800
Starry Starry Night
Tehachapi Train Loop Trail in Keene. I got jipped last year with all the life events. Im getting out there this year without fail.
Photography fills my need to express myself artistically. My love for this hobby goes far beyond what most would consider normal. I love the night sky and that comes with losing a lot of sleep. The payoff however is two fold. It is in the image no doubt, but it also comes from the solitude and magic that can only be had under a pitch black sky in the middle of the desert under a blanket of stars and two full camera batteries