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11:12 AM · Jun 4, 2021

To photograph moonbows, you need a certain amount of moonlight along with a few other conditions in place. To photograph the Milky Way, you really don’t want much moonlight at all. To photograph a moonbow and the Milky Way in one scene, well, it’s pretty wonderful if you ask me!! I had the pleasure of spending some time at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park a few weeks ago and this is a time lapse video that I was able to capture. Of the three nights that I visited the park, three of the nights I saw the Milky Way, two of the three nights I saw full moon bows, and the third night I saw a sliver/partial moonbow very low in the steam vent itself. To know that I went into this mission not expecting any particular outcome (photographically speaking) and having THIS as the end result makes my heart so incredibly happy! I love that I am constantly amazed by the beauty that is EVERYWHERE!! The moments that take my breath away are much more common than I ever could’ve imagined. I am so grateful for the beauty that surrounds me, and I love capturing it and sharing it with the world! 🙏🏼 Please enjoy my 3-night Stars, Milky Way, Clouds, and Moonbow compilation. The dramatic night sky with the clouds and stars is simply BEAUTIFUL!! I hope it makes you smile as much as it does me....🌖🌈✨

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