Monthly Archives: December 2009

After multiple delays over the past year or so, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner finally took off today for its inaugural test flight.  A friend of mine and I headed to Boeing’s Future of Flight which overlooks the runway at Paine Field and snapped some shots of the Dreamliner’s first take off.

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Our timing was just right last night for an incredible sunset over Silver Lake.  We were on our way home from shopping and fortunately my wife had our point and shoot camera with her so I was able to get a few shots.  This is a great example proving that nice equipment helps, but you […]

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We went to the lighting ceremony in Leavenworth, WA this past weekend to see the lighting ceremony.  After the ceremony it started to snow and the city got a beautiful coating of snow so I decided to try and capture the moment.  The idea was to use a long exposure to get the sense of […]

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I don’t often get to an area that the stars aren’t diminished substantially by light pollution, but I was up in Northern Wisconsin recently and wanted to try capturing some star trails.  It is really amazing how much the sky moves in just 48 minutes, which is how long this exposure was. The Equipment: Tripod […]

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