One of the most exciting and rewarding photography concepts I have worked with, and continue to work with, is night photography.

There is nothing more peaceful, serene, and calming than spending some time under the stars, with an amazing landscape to take in. The sights and sounds of this experience never get old.

Here are some of my favorite photos I have taken so far, enjoy!

Please see my Night Photography blog post (link below) if you are looking for tips on how to photograph the night skies.

This was taken during a hike at Paradise, in Mt. Rainier National Park in Washington State.
There is nothing like camping under the Milky Way. This is from the wilderness near Greenwater, WA.
Watching the stars come out at Suntop Fire Lookout near Greenwater, WA.
Mt. Rainier and the Milky Way, taken during a dark night near Sunrise Visitor Center.
A great fire lookout near Wenatchee, WA.
Mt. Adams and Milky Way overlooks our campsite at Snowgrass Flats, in Washington State.
It was a quiet, clear night up on Hurricane Ridge, in the Olympic National Park.
Spotted the Milky Way behind Mt. St. Helens during a quiet night shooting at Windy Ridge.
One of my favorites, from a great group hike up to Fremont Fire Lookout this summer. You can see the headlamps of climbers heading up the glacier from Camp Schurman.
Taken at Kelly Butte Fire Lookout, in September 2015.
From a great night out at Suntop Fire Lookout, in September 2018.
Mt. Adams and the Milky Way as seen from Takhlakh Lake.
A quiet night exploring the area around Mt. St. Helens. The moon and Jupiter had started to glow as the sun went down.
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