Cubicle got you down? Then check out this awesome video sent over by Tony Rowell. This ought to perk you up.
Do you like the cold? Are you part polar bear? Do you also like star gazing? Then check out the first meteor show of the year tomorrow morning.
Like you needed more inspiration to just sit and stare at the stars in Yosemite?
How can you make an already awesome video better? Why, release it in 1080p HD of course!
Yosemite isn’t only beautiful during the day with it’s majestic waterfalls, peaks and spires, awe-inspiring granite walls, but it’s beautiful at night. Have you ever looked up? There are SO MANY STARS! It’s like you can see every one.
Because I had to work, I could not go to any really cool spots like Mono Lake, Reno, or Tuolumne Meadows for the Eclipse. And because I didn’t have a variable neutral density filter, I couldn’t take any shots of the eclipse itself! But since I work at Glacier Point in Yosemite, I did have [...]
Even in Yosemite there’s light pollution.
So many stars. You’re going to want to see this.
The full moon will appear it’s largest tonight, Friday 29, 2010. Photo by R. Kurtz. If you love photographing Yosemite’s majestic cliffs and waterfalls at night tonight may be a great night to do some shooting, if the clouds don’t get in the way. Tonight the moon will be closest in it’s orbit to the [...]
Photo courtesy NPS. One of the things I hear from people who’ve just experienced their first night in Yosemite is, “God I can’t believe how many stars there are here!” The stars are exactly the same as where you live, we just don’t have as much light pollution drowning out their light. In fact, Tuolumne [...]