Tom Oliver, photographer and ecology expert, led an informative and captivating Night Sky Photo Workshop this month. The seven Keweenaw Mountain Lodge guests gained knowledge about the phenomenon of the Auroras, learned about the importance of positive light management during hours of darkness, and picked up tips on effectively capturing nighttime and low light photos. After the lecture, the group was able to practice the new techniques at Hunter’s Point Beach in Copper Harbor. The night couldn’t have been more perfect. The Milky Way was a prominent feature in the night sky, encapsulated by an electro-magnetic purple aurora haze along with countless constellations and planets. A real treat for night sky photographers.
Amy runs. See Amy run. Run, Amy, run.