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Joe Ennesser
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just a guy who likes photography, weather, running, the outdoors, sci-fi, astronomy and I'm a pharmacist too
just a guy who likes photography, weather, running, the outdoors, sci-fi, astronomy and I'm a pharmacist too

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Twilight at the Rim

We took a family trip down to Crater Lake and saw this beautiful sunset!

It was a great trip - I brought my bike along and had a great day of cycling around the 35mi Rim Road which circles the rim of the volcano and has great views of the lake along the way.

The weather was perfect fall temps for sightseeing afterwards and we had this awesome sunset and pink glow in the lake at twilight.
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a red barn in Klamath county
www.breakinglightphoto.com

This barn makes its stand in southern OR. Great trip w/ @CaspersDave

Dave and I were on a short road trip through southern Oregon wandering around fish hatcheries and small towns. Dave was fly fishing while I was shooting some photos. Along the way we saw this peaceful scene of an old barn making its stand in a vast field.
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Lightning Strikes Devils Tower

Spent a night camping here and was treated to a lightning storm!
I'd been to Devils Tower once before but the harsh daylight didn't make for such great photo so when I planned this trip I knew I had to camp overnight.
Originally, I hoped for a nighttime photo of the Tower with stars in the background, but a storm rolled in. The clouds were dark and moody so I set up on the hill anyway. I was out for a couple hours waiting for a great shot and a break in the rain when the lightning started, so cool (and a little scary!)
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through the desert pass
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The night here in the desert had a feeling that time had slowed to a stop like these light trails left by the passing cars.

Ever since my first visit, I've always had a love for the Sonoran desert in Tucson. The rough, rocky mountains in shades of brown, reds, and purples broken by the saguaro cactus standing guard.
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Brilliance at Sun's Last Light

Wow! Got home from work a couple weeks ago to see this so I grabbed my camera/tripod.

I've never seen crepuscular rays so well defined and bright. It was truly an amazing sunset and gone nearly as quickly as it showed up.
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The Neon Glow of Printers Alley

Near downtown Nashville, you'll find this little alley bathed in the seedy glow of neon light

Let's see - bars, country music, and crowds of people. Typically not a place you'd find me but a work trip and the awesome team I'm part of made it fun. I was able to get out one night to grab some photos of the city. This alley was my favorite spot of the night, watching the people and pedal cabs milling around.
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Oneonta Gorge. Look familiar? I've posted from here before. Can you tell I'm in love with this place? As always, full resolution versions available free at my site: www.blp.bz
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I was on a trip to Death Valley, California and driving home to Minneapolis. After just leaving the mountains in Utah and Wyoming, I didn’t expect to have a spectacular sunset but while cruising east on I-80, I looked in the rear view mirror and saw this. I pulled over at the next overpass and scrambled up the side with my camera to get a photo, glad I stopped!
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