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One of the most amazing sunsets I’ve ever experienced. Shot at the Patriarch Grove in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest on August 22 with rain clouds looming over head, mother nature put on a show. Rain, lightning, double rainbows and golden light.

The transit of Venus in front of the Sun is a special event that takes place only a few times per century. The next one isn’t until 2117. The above photo was taken on June 5, 2012 at 3:12pm Pacific time on Mt. Wilson in Los Angeles. You can see Venus just entering into view […]

Here’s a meteor captured on camera of this year’s Lyrids meteor shower. This is a still frame from a timelapse sequence. Stay tuned for the video! [ad#728×90]

[ad#728×90] The Galactic core of the Milky Way above the White Mountains in California. Shot at 12,000 ft in the Patriarch Grove of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest.

[ad#728×90] Winter arrived late here at the Wave in the Coyote Buttes North. I’ve seen many amazing photos of this place when mother nature is nice. But I wanted to see it at a time when mother nature gets a bit cranky. Timing could’t have been better as the snow started to fall just as […]

[ad#728×90] I was filming in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine forest on the night of July 3rd. I just experienced an amazing orange-red sunset and as the light was fading, the clouds looked like they were disappearing for a perfect night of clear skies to capture the Milky Way. But as the Milky Way started rising […]

Shot in Joshua Tree National Park, this is the view of the galactic core of our galaxy. It’s an amazing view best seen in late Spring, Summer and early fall in the northern hemisphere. Head away from the light pollution of urban areas to a place that has a clear view of the east and […]

[ad#728×90] A total lunar eclipse is a rare event — the last one occurred back in 2008. Even rarer is one that takes place on the Winter Solstice when the Earth is tilted furthest from the sun. The last one happened in 1638, over three and a half centuries ago, and another won’t happen on […]

The Petrified Forest is known for its very colorful petrified wood. Most of the wood have crumbled into little bits but there are still large pieces lying around. The area is huge but the park has limited hours to prevent people from coming in late at night to steal some of the petrified wood. Still, […]