As most of you know, today’s super moon is the largest and closest to Earth since 1948. I woke up at 4 am to capture it. These were each taken at Hobby Airport in Houston, TX.
These photos were taken about a month ago in surfside, TX. I was hoping to capture star trails, but a storm rolled in, the lightning was lighting up the sky and I couldn’t help myself but to capture the storm instead. I’ve always had a love for storms, I find them to be so intriguing. It’s a feeling of being inferior to nature. Sometimes we forget how small we really are, nature and storms are always a reminder to remain humble.
My parents built a cabin out on their property in Crockett County, TX. Labor Day weekend my dad planned a dove hunting trip, which was intended as a “guys trip” but I decided to invite myself. I am so glad I went, I absolutely love it out there.
I took this picture around 1 am. We all had a long day hunting and drinking at the Pecos River. The guys were just hanging out star gazing and I of course was shooting nonstop because the Milky Way was blasting!