Yesterday was Montana Space Grant Consortium’s Astronomy Day hosted by the Museum of the Rockies. Every year the MSGC puts on this one event that targets K-12 graders that inspires and educates the kids in all matters aviation and aerospace related. Back in 2010 my buddy Ryan asked me to photograph the event and this year I was asked to retain my role. Now if you follow my blog then you know that this type of photography isn’t my usual thing but like any good photographer when a new challenge comes around you have to rise to it in order to get better.
Now I don’t have any numbers yet on how many people showed up in the the three hour session that was going on downstairs, main floor and outside but from what I saw, there was a steady crowd of people the whole time.
Images shot with the Nikon D4, 24-70 AF-S f/2.8 on Lexar UDMA Digital Film