A Sequence of Photos on a Cold February MorningToday, on my 64th birthday, I jumped up at 3:30 am. I looked out my windows to see stars and clear skies. A Winter storm and cloudy skies are on the horizon. The executive decision had to be made. I headed North to Snake River Overlook. I began shooting at 4:50 am under clear skies and abundant stars. Temperatures ranged from 0°F to -2°F, made a bit colder feeling by the light breeze.For the night shots, I used my Nikon D5 with ISO settings ranging from 2500 to 6000 using a Nikon 24-70 lens. Midway through the “blue light” period, I switched over to a Nikon D850 body. Continue reading "Snake River Overlook Winter Stars and Sunrise :"
“Winter Marches On” February 1, 2018 – Thursday
Super Moon: Moon setting over the Teton Range. I checked the weather report last night, suggesting it would be cloudy. When I saw the moon, I headed out.Continue reading "February 2018 Daily Journal for JH & GTNP"