Eclipse of the Dinosaurs. Dinosaurs at Night #9 

Dinosaurs! Actual Photograph – What?!?   I call this image eclipse of the dinosaurs, the second to last of my 10 image series. Ever wonder what a dinosaur looked like at night? Wonder no more! This is a real photograph, well actually its about 40 some photos...

Milk Way Chronicles: Oregon Wonderland

My Article from Charlie Warrens fantastic magazine Amateur Astronomy. A must read publication if you are an Astronut like me. Oregon is a long way from Kansas. And by that, I mean more than just the miles and the hours driving. The Oregon coastline is something...

Centered on Cygnus

  I took this deep space astrophotography image of the maelstrom that is Cygnus, the scorched path of Phaethon’s disastrous ride. This image is centered on the star Deneb in the constellation Cygnus the Swan.  In mythology Cycnus later Cygnus was a devoted...

Toroweap Revisited.

    Now some of you know, who have been following me for awhile that I have two places in the Southwest that I really enjoy going. Places that are pretty magical and pretty remote. Number one is White Pocket Arizona and the other is Toroweap sometimes called Tuweap....

The Eagle and the Tulip nebulas

A look at the Eagle and Tulip Nebulas Done at my recent workshop as a side project. It was about 100 images at 135mm with a Zeiss f2 lens Lens kept totally clear with the Dew Destroyer and Perfect focus with the Reveal focus filter both available right...

Total Eclipse of my Mind.

Total Solar Eclipse Gerald Missouri Here’s a real pro tip, never show up for a shoot doing something you have never done before. Oh, I wished I had listened to that advice 🙂 I decided to break out the 150-600mm Sigma Art lens with a 1.4x converter for this...

Unfortunate Glory.

Unfortunate Glory. The day at Yellowstone National Park had been an interesting mix of sun and clouds. As night approached large thunderheads filled with lightning passed overhead. Rumbles echoed throughout the park. The prediction was clearing at 7 pm.  As 8...

Antares Rho Ophiuchi Region

  The clouds surrounding the star system Rho Ophiuchi compose one of the closest star forming regions. Rho Ophiuchi itself is a binary star system visible in the light-colored region on the image right. The star system, located only 400 light years away, is...

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