Our last post contained a stone that to us looks like observing the Milky Way in the evening summer sky. I can recall fly-fishing in Yellowstone Park in Montana in 1995 at Hubbard’s Lodge and flyfishing at night and just seeing the Milky Way blazing in the night sky.
Today as I was reading an article, I discovered the photography of Christoph Malin of Austria. Many of you likely don’t know that my major in college was Astronomy and I had planned to be an astronomer from about the 9th grade. However, even though I majored in Astronomy I took a class that required computer programming (don’t even ask on what device) and I was off in a different direction.
The above photograph is quite stunning and I’m so very curious how he creates these shots. If you like this then I highly recommend you view one of his videos located here: Astronomer’s Paradise.
We hope you enjoy this high-definition video.