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Killing time

May 27, 2014

A couple of friends and I headed up north from where I am based in hopes of shooting the meteor shower. There was lots of buzz in the media about it and the weather report promised clear skies. Needless to say, we were pretty excited. So we drove for a couple of hours up in to the mountains and realized that mountain weather is not as predictable as we thought. It had misted over and shooting the stars just was not going to happen. Rather than waste the night we decided to head into the forest for a bit of light painting fun. It was a great night with great friends and in the end I was happy that it did cloud over.



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