Here are a few more Milky Way shots from my recent outing. I’ve also included a re-edit of a SpaceX launch from last year.
I finally got around to working on my Milky Way shots from last week.
Had a couple shooting gigs this week. First up was Tav Falco’s Panther Burns.
I tried playing around with focus stacking for the first time.
I did a whole lot of shooting this past week.
Sprung mom from the hospital tonight.
After having a very stressful and exhausting almost two weeks, I dragged myself out of bed for Cars & Coffee on Saturday.
The Mom is still in the hospital. She’s getting better but there are a few lingering issues that the docs are trying to wrap their heads around. She’ll probably be discharged in a few days if she keeps improving. Finger’s crossed.
My mom has been in the hospital since Friday. So I’m dealing with it the best way I can. Taking pictures.
Busy week. Last weekend we had some clear skies and moon rising after 3:30 am, so I went out to get some more Milky Way shots.
Last week was a busy one for photographs. First up is Thursday.
I forgot to add this to the beach pic post. I left it in a comment but I think it got compressed to a tiny little image.
I went across the state to Playalinda Beach on Wednesday for the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch. As you probably know, the launch was scrubbed. But I did get to spend the day at the beach, so it wasn’t a total loss.
I’m a little behind in posting this week. These are from the Festivals Of Speed show in St. Petersburg that was this past Sunday.
This is just going to have to hold y’all over until I go through my pictures from today.
I went Milky Way shooting on Saturday night/Sunday morning. I am not too happy with the results, but here they are anyway.
While I didn’t get my picture of the full moon rising behind the center of the Skyway Bridge, I did get this.
I tried to shoot the Supermoon rising yesterday. It lined up perfectly with the center of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. It would have been epic.
This is my final photo dump from the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. For now. I’ve got the better part of three rolls of film to send off to be developed.