The clouds cleared out just in time for this long-exposure nightscape image taken during one of my night photography workshops in Arches National Park. And with no moonlight, just a little reflected light pollution from the little town of Moab, Utah, the lighting was amazing! So with swirling milky way skies over the Three Gossips (on the left), we set up for a some great long-exposure images. As I sometimes do during a workshop, I set up my camera to run some long exposures either on its own or (as I did in this case) triggered by an RF remote I had on me. This allows me to have some fun with long-exposures while I work with my students. Anyway, this image shows students in the foreground (and I think me as well) working to get their next shots lined up below several named structures in the park. On the left, we see the Three Gossips and Sheep Rock. In the middle, we see Courthouse Towers and on the right side, we see The Organ with some clouds just to the left of The Organ showing some illumination from lightning in the distance.
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January 10th, 2019
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