Description The comet as seen from Lake Cushman on the eastern edge of the Olympic peninsula. It is in the constellation Andromeda, about to enter Perseus. I also have a similar shot in black & white.CAMERA: Yashic Lynx 14e 35mm rangefinderLENS: 45 mm F/1.4FILM: Konica SR-G 3200 color negativeEXPOSURE: 60 seconds @ f/1.4FILE NUMBER: 97-3 #7
Michael Williams, Seattle Member Since January 2008 Artist Statement I am a professional night landscape photographer with over 15 years of experience. My portfolio has all the major Cascade peaks framed by comets, planets, constellations, and star clusters. I search out back road viewpoints that to my knowledge have not been professionally photographed. (Guided tours are available.) I also use artificial light to illuminate mountains with the help of a volunteer group, the Northwest Light Brigade.
You can see all of my night landscapes, along with technical data, on flickr: