I'm not a big fan of winter, or anything below 60 degrees (unless it's a crisp 50 degree night and I'm in my tent under the stars). I also realize it's only the end of November and has yet to even snow substantially. That said, I much prefer this kind of thing.
I really need to get out and get the astro-photography season started. Tonight should be clear, but temperatures dropping into the 20s with 45 mph wind gusts isn't what I'd call an ideal situation.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
I generally try to keep my posts specific to my own ideas and work, but this was too fascinating to not share. Check out this compilation of time lapse clips shots from the International Space Station high above the Earth. Seen are the lights from various cities around the globe, lightning flickering inside of thunderstorms, and the Aurora Borealis!
Posted by Andrew Pritchard at 11:52 PM