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One semi-cloudy day around the 4th of July, I got an alert from SkyWalk 2 on my phone. Something..something.. comet visible. I didn't...

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The Geminid meteor shower is arguably the best meteor shower of the year. The 2020 shower peak should occur during the early evening hours...

Chasing The Milky Way in Kings Canyon National Park

Kings Canyon National Park is an overlooked destination for Milky Way photography. Living in the San Joaquin Valley of California can pose challenges for...

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Milky Way Photography T-Shirts

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What’s In My Camera Bag #3 – Milky Way Edition

"What's in my camera bag," is a question that's often asked, often by beginners, sometimes by a pro breaking into a new genre. Over...

Lifetime Cooler 55 Quart Review

In 2019, I picked up a 55-quart Lifetime Cooler from the destroyer of consumer hopes and dreams, Walmart. After a year, I guess it's...

Aurora Photography – Single, Stacked, and Tracked. OH MY!

Today we have amazing technology that allows us to capture many beautiful phenomena - digital cameras have progressed at an astounding rate over the...

Chase The Milky Way – The Return to Hume Lake

My Milky Way photography can be summed up in this quote: "Photography is a journey that is much more than just creating images. It is...

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