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Casey Sexton
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One of the few colorblind photographers you know!
One of the few colorblind photographers you know!

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Check out this awesome photo from 500px: https://500px.com/photo/123390147
SUNRISE
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Lavafall into Hvannargil, Iceland
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Horsetail Fall is a seasonal waterfall on

on the eastern face of El Capitan in

Yosemite Park in California. For a

few days each, February, the setting

lights up the cascade with a bright

orange illumination that makes it

look like its on fire.

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Braving waking up at 6AM on my day off and driving an hour to hike in two feet of snow to get what I hope are some great photos that I will post tomorrow!
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Milky Way Glow Above Emerald Bay

As we pulled into Lake Tahoe, I was hoping that we would be able to shoot the Milky Way over Emerald Bay as Stellarium had forecasted 4 AM as the time the Milky Way would rise in the East.  When we pulled up at 4:15 and began shooting it took awhile for our eyes to adjust.  It was only after we looked at our LCD screens that we realized that there were a few scattered high clouds overhead catching the light of the different towns around the lake in addition to the Milky Way, creating an eerie glow.  Rather than being bummed about the clouds, I immediately liked the look the clouds and light created and both Tom and I spent the next four hours or so shooting from different locations around the Bay.  The clouds eventually lit up for a very decent sunrise giving way to a gorgeous day at Lake Tahoe.  I was more than pleased with what we were able to shoot over 36 hours, but when the alarm went off the next morning at 5:45 AM...it really made me wonder if I could pull that off again. It was definitely worth it, but I need to make sure I don't try the sleep deprivation thing right before a work day if I ever try this again.
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