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Yosemite Falls and Star Trails
I did shoot some lunar rainbow photos last weekend but my favorite images were star trails. This one was 60 minutes, shot long after the crowds had left Cook's Meadow. There was no need to make any white-balance adjustments since the illumination for this scene was indeed sunlight in a sense.
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I went for a walk with a friend an hour before I had to leave for the airport in Milan, and wandered through this picturesque park. The flowers were really beautiful.
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Here's a close-up view of the Azaleas I took pictures of yesterday afternoon in Forsyth Park.
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Lathe Arch, Alabama Hills

Lathe Arch in the Alabama Hills is one of my favorite natural arches. Lathe Arch is quite accessible but relatively hidden in the sense that it is easy to walk right by it without even noticing it. I first photographed Lathe Arch, along with its better known cousin Mobius Arch, about 12 years ago. I’ve returned to Mobius Arch and Lathe Arch a number of times since and have always enjoyed them in solitude … until this year. They have become popular spots (there is even a developed trail leading to them now!) which is not surprising since they make for great photographs. I believe many of the photo tour/workshops that have popped up in recent years visit these arches but my sense is that working Lathe Arch and Mobius Arch on your own is the way to go since the space around these arches is quite limited. Plus, these are very nice spots to simply be alone to take in a cold Eastern Sierra dawn. Solo is best by far, two people is doable, three gets a little much, any more and you will save yourself considerable aggravation by instead heading up Whitney Portal Road to photograph the mountain or some of the other arches and features of the beautiful and stark Alabama Hills. More natural arches here: http://www.oceanlight.com/natural_arches_photos.html Cheers!
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I went for a walk with a friend an hour before I had to leave for the airport in Milan, and wandered through this picturesque park. The flowers were really beautiful.
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Summary: 22 new northern lights pictures uploaded! The last three nights of photographing the aurora borealis / northern lights in Fairbanks, Alaska, have been tremendously educational. When I was planning this trip last month, I had never been on a night photography trip to such a cold place, and although there are many online resources with tips on what to do in such an environment, there is no replacement for actual experience.

Luckily, nature provided us with the perfect ramp up. Days 1 and 2 featured mild auroras, which gave us time to learn how to keep our cameras and bodies working for hours in the freezing cold (-5ºF to -15ºF) . On day 3, an absolutely epic aurora rocked our worlds, and photographer +Julian Cohen and I ran around in the snow, yelling in excitement. From 1am to past 3:30am, the aurora borealis covered nearly the entire night sky, blanketing it with snaking ethereal ribbons of astral beauty. I have never experienced anything like it. I hope one day, you will get to see what we saw last night. Until then, please enjoy these photos, and this timelapse video that I put together.

Special thanks to Casey Thompson, a local photographer and general manager of the Fairbanks Hampton Inn & Suites, who gave us some excellent tips on shooting locations.
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