Today we have the third guest post by my resident astronomer, Evan, the other half of Bamboo Shoots Photography. Check out our other Palomar Observatory astrophotography post and our Los Angeles astrophotography post here! Two centuries ago, searching for comets was all the rage. The European well-to-do would try to see who could find the most […]
Today I’m presenting the second guest post by my resident astronomer, Evan, the other half of Bamboo Shoots Photography. If you missed our first Los Angeles astrophotography post, check it out here! I sometimes have the privilege of using the Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory in southern California. When it was built in 1948, its 200-inch […]
For this last post featuring our New Orleans trip, we leave you with a photo of the moonrise over Lake Pontchartrain one day after a full moon. You can see a few stars dotting the night sky, and I love the way the moving water looks from this six-second exposure.
Evan and I have found that the best way to meld our interests—astronomy and photography—is through astrophotography. Today I’m presenting the first guest post by my resident astronomer, the other half of Bamboo Shoots Photography. Evan annotates our recent photos of the beautiful night sky with some astronomy facts. We love stargazing when we can, but […]