Photo: A Bowl Of Milk (Milky Way in the Owens Valley)

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This is Owens Valley Radio Observatory in the Owens Valley, CA, listening to the Milky Way. I photographed this coming back from the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. To my surprise, I was immediately swarmed by aggressive mosquitos during the entire shoot despite wearing wearing a hat and a hoodie. I got quite a few bites on my hands and even my forehead despite wearing a knit cap.

I used a Pinout remote controller/app to set and trigger the camera.

Nikon D610/Irix 15mm f/2.4 lens @ 20 seconds f/2.4 ISO 4000 on 2017-06-23 01:23.

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 Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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Photo: Flow Cave Miner’s Dugout (light painting night photography)

9022kenlee_2015-11-24_1909_267sf8iso200-4000k_alabamahills-flowcave-closeup-1000pxThis is a miner’s dugout in a flow cave that I found particularly intriguing. It looks like a strange planet in “Star Trek: TOS”. I asked about the history in a group devoted to the Owens Valley area, and someone replied, “My dad, who worked for DWP told me that they used these to store the explosives while building the aqueduct to Los Angeles.” All illumination and colored lights were done with a handheld flashlight during the exposure, and is not a post-processing creation.

Este es el “dugout” de un minero en una cueva flujo que he encontrado particularmente intrigante. Parece un extraño planeta en “Star Trek: TOS”. Le pregunté acerca de la historia de un grupo dedicado a la región de Owens Valley, y alguien respondió: “Mi padre, que trabajaba para DWP, me dijo que ellos utilizan estos para almacenar los explosivos mientras que la construcción del acueducto de Los Ángeles.” Todas las luces de iluminación y de color se hicieron con una linterna de mano durante la exposición, y no es una creación de post-procesamiento.

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Photo: Ken Lee Photography
Info: Nikon D610, AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens at 14mm, 2015-11-24 18:59. 434s f/8 ISO 200 4000K. Light painting/pintura de luz-ProtoMachines LED2.
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And The Stars Look Very Different Today

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And The Stars Look Very Different Today

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Info: Nikon D610, AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens at 14mm, 2015-11-23 22:43. 30s f/8 ISO 800 4000K.   (8968)
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I blended this with another photo so I could “light paint” the arch with a Protomachines LED2 flashlight. 2 minutes f/8 ISO 200 2 4000k.
 
Me mezclé esto con otra foto, así que podría “pintura de luz” el arco con una Protomachines LED2 linterna. 2 minutos f/8 ISO 200 2 4000k.

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Touch The Sky: Milky Way Over The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, White Mountains, California (Long Exposure Night Sky Photography)

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Please click on the photo to view it larger and more clearly!  Thanks!  It really does look a lot clearer, it does.

You’re looking at trees in the most ancient forest in the world.  Some bristlecone pine trees can live for around 5000 years. And even after they die, the tree trunks can stay for another five thousand years. So it’s possible that some of the trunks that one walks amongst are approaching 10,000 years old. These trees are the oldest living things on the planet, and it really blows the mind to think that you are walking in a forest of trees that may have been around when Buddha was walking the earth, some around even before George Burns was born.

Title: Touch The Sky, Plate 2698
Photographer: Ken Lee
Info: Nikon D7000, Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 lens. 20 second exposure, f/2.8, ISO 3200. Light painted with flashlight. 10:35 pm 29 July 2013.
Location: Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, White Mountains, California.

Equipment:  Nikon D7000, Tokina AT-X 116, Feisol tripod.

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