While walking Dave the other morning before sunrise, my gaze turned upward, and it dawned on me that I hadn’t seen stars in awhile. February 2021 saw abundant precipitation in many forms; clouds taking a dominant stance in the skies of Conway, as well as most of the Natural State. For a moment, I was … More Milky Way
A shooting star greeted me this morning as I jogged the slumber from my being, a rare and much needed pre-dawn wink from the Creator, taking me back to a glorious night in Terlingua, TX when I took a few moments to lay on my back and gaze in awe and wonder. … More Wink
Although we have quite a collection of celestial photos, I always get excited to when Kurt decides to venture out into the wilderness to do a bit of stargazing! The destination was the Arkansas Sphinx, an optimal venue because of little or no light pollution. Being midsummer, the normally steep, yet short hike was much more … More Milky Way
Painted with A myriad Of twinkling lights The heavens command Peace and Quiet
It’s almost as if I saved the best for last on the final quarter of my 2018 calendar! October – Starry Night at the Arkansas Sphinx. November – Pensacola Beach, Florida. December – High Self Esteem! Bonus Cover – Steel Creek on the Buffalo River
A few weeks ago, Kurt announced his intentions to spend the next Friday night a the Nars. With almost no light pollution, he felt confident that he could get some good shots of the night sky. When Friday rolled around, so did the clouds. “The sky was supposed to be clear. I guess I won’t … More Throw Back Thursday – Nighttime at Nars
With little light pollution To impede the stage The stars are happy To perform A spectacular Winter dance.