A Southern California native, I have a degree in history and a love of aerospace. I took up photography as a research tool for my job and fell in love with the medium. I plan to share some of my work here and hope you enjoy it.
By shifting my position on the trail during the same morning as the previous post, I was able to position the Moon on the other side of the formation on the left. It also made for a very pleasing shot. I enjoy taking images with our nearest neighbor in the frame. There is something wondrous about that glowing, shifting, ever-changing sphere. It's hard to believe we landed astronauts there almost 40 years ago this July. I remember that event well. More on that on the actual anniversary.