Just a beautiful Sunday morning video… heck, I don’t even know which camera was used… and do I care? No! It is just beautiful to watch.
(I feel like I’m hosting “CBS Sunday Morning” news show where they show a really beautiful video to close the show)
I drove to Crater Lake National Park on the night of May 31, 2013 to photograph the Milky Way rising above the rim. I’ve waited months for the roads to open and spring storms to pass, so I could spend a solitude night with the stars. Near 11pm, I was staring upward towards a clear night sky when suddenly, without warning, an unmistakable faint glow of the aurora borealis began erupting in front of me. I quickly packed up my gear, hiked down to my truck, and sped to a north facing location. With adrenaline pumping, I raced to the edge of the caldera, set up a time-lapse sequence, and watched the northern lights dance until sunrise. The moon rose around 2am and blanketed the surrounding landscape with a faint glow, adding depth and texture to the shot. The last image in the sequence above shows the route of the International Space Station (ISS) which flew over at 2:35am.
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See more images at goldpaintphotography.com/2013/06/02/without-warning/
Music composed by Ben Beiny entitled, “The Right Moment”
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(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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