Do yourself a favor. Escape the pollution of the city lights and gaze into the depths of the universe. You'll be amazed at what you see.
Perseid Meteors over Mt. Elden in Flagstaff, AZ
A composite image of the 2016 Perseid Meteors over Mt. Elden in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Sedona Milky Way Reflection
This is a 12-image composite shot of the Milky Way over Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona. Ten images were used for the sky to get pinpoint stars and two were used for the foreground. A flashlight was used to light-paint the foreground.
Blood Moon Rising
The Blood Moon rises over Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona.
Milky Way over Bell Rock
The summer Milky Way arches over Bell Rock in Sedona, Arizona. This is a several image vertical stitch.
Geminid Meteors over Flagstaff
Three Geminid meteors streak across the night sky over Flagstaff, Arizona.
Full Milky Way Panorama
A multi-image stitch to capture the full Milky Way Panorama over Bell Rock in Sedona, Arizona.
Watchman Campground in Zion National Park, Utah at night.
Wintertime Milky Way in Arizona
The brightest part of the Milky Way is not visible in the Northern Hemisphere during the winter months. This is the most visible part during that time of year. It is hard to see with the naked eye, but the long exposure on the camera picks it up well. Taken near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Blood Moon and Cathedral Rock
Blood Moon rises with Cathedral Rock in the foreground.
Fall Milky Way over Cathedral Rock
The Milky Way rises over Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona during the fall of 2015. The moon would rise shortly after this shot was taken.