Air and Space makes me think of the museum in Washington DC. It’s a great place to see the largest collection of aircrafts and all things in-flight. When my son was little, he loved the planetarium and IMAX movies.
But “air and space” took on a whole new meaning for me this summer while vacationing near the water. Let’s just say I took to the skies and pointed my lens upward with some very cool results.
Living in a rural suburb with an abundance of trees, you miss out on what that big horizon has to offer. So every night as sunset approached, I studied the sky. My personal planetarium or IMAX movie…if you will. It was pretty amazing how quickly changes took place and the relationship of color and space.
In one hour, I shot every 10 minutes with varying exposures. It’s always breathtaking when the sun finally meets the horizon, but what I captured in the minutes before was even more spectacular.