Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Time Travel | Nocturnal Landscape Photographer
Well tonight I had some time so I decided to travel for an hour south and see how the Big Rock Erratic in Okotoks was doing. It was still close to full moon and although I prefer to shoot a few days before the full moon, I just wanted to get out.
This image was shot while the moon was about 30 degrees in the sky and behind me as I was facing North West towards Calgary (2-1/2 minute exposure at 11:30pm). The funny thing was that every time I tried to get this shot, there was a couple of young girls and a guy walking around on top with flashlights. Soon after I got this shot, the moon was lost in overcast skies.