We had heard a lot about Anza Borrego desert state park in San Diego as a very good place to stargaze. Thanks to a good friend of mine, this trip happened, and we had been looking forward to it since the last month or so. Hope you guys like the pictures.
First milky way shoot of 2018
Have been waiting (very impatiently) to get out an get a glimpse of the milky way this year. Finally, got out this weekend and shot for about an hour.
Big Island, Hawaii
As a traveller and photographer, its important to see every place with an open mind. There are many amazing photographers who capture some stunning images. So what makes them special? Perspective. These pictures here are my perspective of Big Island, Hawaii. Hope you guys like it. Yes, there are clear turquoise colored beaches, heart thumping … Continue reading Big Island, Hawaii
Volcano, Big Island, Hawaii
For the longest time, our idea of Hawaii was beaches, pristine green colored beaches. But we were taken by surprise (pleasantly), when we learnt about the active volcanoes. So after a ton of planning, we went to the infamous Volcanoes national park during thanksgiving holidays this year. This was our first glimpse of "Halema'uma'u crater" from Jagger … Continue reading Volcano, Big Island, Hawaii
Lassen Volcanic National Park
For Harshitha's birthday weekend, we did what we like most. We visited another national park. Lassen Volcanic National Park is the 19th park that we have visited, out of 59 national parks in the United States. Its a fast 220 mile drive from bay area that has a bunch of very attractive experiences bundled together … Continue reading Lassen Volcanic National Park
Death Valley National Park !!
Zion national park
By the time we reached Zion, we had already been quite awestruck by Utah (Arches and Bryce Canyon. Even with such high expectations, Zion national parks left a stark and lasting impression in our minds. A day in Zion gave us an opportunity to fill the a day with numerous hikes with great views. We … Continue reading Zion national park
Hidden gem of Colorado
Can a desert, mountains and a flowing creek exist together at the same place? Well, turns out that, not only do they co-exist but in some ways are essential to each other in this gem of a place called "The Great Sand Dunes national park" in Colorado. For anyone who is visiting the more coveted … Continue reading Hidden gem of Colorado
Milky way in Pinnacles National Park
A little bit of effort, a little bit of planning and after a lot of waiting, I finally managed to capture some good images of the milky way in Pinnacles national park, California. Hope you all like them A big thumbs up to "San Jose Astronomical Association - https://www.sjaa.net/ - for organizing all the amazing star … Continue reading Milky way in Pinnacles National Park
I could not resist writing this post, started off with it on the flight back from Colorado. These pictures have been taken in Rocky Mountain National park, Colorado, on a hike from Bear lake trail head to Emerald lake. A lot can be said about the beauty of this trail and the park itself but … Continue reading Reflections