Last Thursday we jumped at the opportunity to take an adventure back to Milky Way Land, even if it was only for a couple hours! As soon as the clouds burned off during sunset, all I could do was think about shooting the Milky Way. As soon as I mentioned Milky Way, I think Karen knew we were in for an adventure! We went back to one of our spots, and started hiking in. The moon was still up and helped light the way. Once we got to our location, we started rolling time lapse on a couple cameras, then just chilled out gazing into the night sky. We packed up the gear around 2:30am, as some fog and clouds started moving in. We made the hike back to the truck in what seemed like record time. It was a good thing we decided to head out, on our drive home, we received Severe Thunderstorm Watch alerts.
Here is the Milky Way in all of it’s glory!
Last August, the Perseid Meteor shower put on an epic display in the Ozarks! Can’t wait for this year! The peak time for the Perseids Meteor Shower this year will be August 12th & 13th. Although there will be a fuul moon close to the shower, there should still be a couple of hours without total moon washout.
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With the weather being so nice lately, we decided to head up to the square in Bentonville, Arkansas for an afternoon of relaxing and people watching. We collected some random time lapse sequences throughout the evening. This is a compilation Eric put together of some of the different scenes.
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Hello, my name is Karen & this is Loki from Red Star Imaging. My husband and I are photographers living in Northwest Arkansas. This is our blog, where we post our adventures, tips and trends about the photography world. Follow us on Social Media to stay up to date with the latest images and time lapse films from Red Star Imaging!