Astronomy Day

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

Astronomy Day this Spring

Over the last few years I have tried to do more and more right here at home with my local community. If there is one place that you can pickup business then anywhere else, it’s right out your back door. That’s how every great business has started and grown. This Spring is MSU’s Astronomy and Aerospace day and I’m happy to say that I will be the official photographer this year. I photographed the event a couple of years back and it was a ton of fun! The event is hosted by the Museum of the Rockies which is a great venue to house the exhibits and speakers. If you’re around Bozeman on April 19th be sure to come by!



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