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This year for my birthday I wanted to spend it photographing the Milky Way, stars, and sunset. Since I would be up all night or nearly so my family opted out. So, I joined one of my favorite Meet-up groups in Fremont Peak State Park to shoot the stars.This Sunset was the beginning of an awesome night out. The sunset was fantastically beautiful, and the sky cleared for us to get wonderful photos of the Milky Way., and Star Trails I was up on the Peak when the clock hit Midnight May 12th…my birthday. Myself and several friends shot until after 4AM. I arrived home at 9AM on Sunday morning tired, but happy. I spent the rest of the day relaxing then my family took me out to dinner for my Birthday/Mother’s Day combo.
I feel so blessed right now to have such loving and supportive family. I’m heading to bed soon. I’ll probably fall into a deep sleep as soon as my head hits my pillow.
I hope all Mom’s reading this had a wonderful day, and a great week-end!

Nikon D700| Nikkor 17-35@24mm| f/8| 0.8sec| ISO 200| Matrix Met| Tripod| B+W 6 stop ND filter| 2stop Singh-Ray Grad ND

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2 Comments

  1. Deborah, congratulations on your birthday! May the new year be full of happiness and wonderful moments!

    What a wonderful exposure! The subtle exposure of the vegetation in front makes this a sunset extraordinaire!


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