At some point in life, I will get technical with my photography and subjects, but for now, I simply love the beauty and clarity that comes through the lens. I’m simple like that. Life is beautiful. The world is glorious and the fact that we’re suspended in the universe in such a way that sustains billions upon billions of life forms – known and unknown – is mind-warping. We’ve been given our own light sources and if we contemplate long enough with adequate tools, we can see more and more light and experience more and more of life.
Below are images taken from my backyard of the super blood moon lunar eclipse on the evening of January 20, 2019 in Marana, AZ (southwest USA). It was a great opportunity to practice capturing details in light and darkness with various lens, by hand and with a tripod.
Equipment: Sony A7iii with Rokinon 14mm and Zeiss 80mm + tripod for long exposure