there are only a handful of places on earth like hot creek's active geologic setting in california, which makes it a nice addition to your next adventure when you visit yosemite. if you are thinking of a nice finnish sauna, swimming is illegal at this location due to the rapid fluctuation of water temperatures, as changes of 200 degrees f ( i.e., 93 celsius so it will boil your eggs!) over mere seconds have been recorded within the stream.
again like most places i have been fortunate enough to visit, i was unaware of this place and the potential for astrophotography. thanks to my friend wisanu, @boonrawd_photography i was able to not just visit it but also spend time taking in the grandeur of all that has been created. the only negative about this place was that bright light in front of the mountains on the left. that is from a local airport. not a deal breaker but would have been nice to not have that element of artificial light. the rest of the ground is lit by pure unadulterated star light.
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When the arctic sky turned red 🌌
night till monday was totally mind blowing. never have i ever seen such red aurora, but magical svalbard made it happen. i can only say, that my third trip to this wonderful place has already given me so many warm memories.
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as nearly full moon rose at the opposite horizon, for a fleeting moment snowy peaks of mount treble cone looked like they were set alight. i was lucky to be by the camera and witness that rare and wonderful sight with the milky way galaxy slowly fading into the moonlit sky. with a bit of imagination one can see an outline of a kiwi bird traced by the dust lanes at the bottom of the milky way core and bright planet mars was right at the bird's eye that night. saturn can also be seen underneath it. i hope you enjoy the view.😉 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ================================== ** remember, photography is all about trying new things and having fun, enjoy!