Starry Sky in BC

Rob Moses exif data Sony A7R 16mm fisheye converter

I was in Revelstoke, British Columbia a couple of weeks ago and shot this photo of the night sky. Revelstoke is a small town with out a lot of light pollution, which makes for getting shots of the stars nice and easy. At first I was walking over to a location by the river, but when I when I saw this break in the trees and houses I thought it would make a better picture to have something in for foreground. The contrast of the bright yellow house seemed like a nice fit to me.

Thanks for stopping by, Rob

Revelstoke British Columbia BC night sky stars house Rob Moses Photography Calgary Photographer Photographers Native American Famous un celebrity Tlingit Ojibawa Top Popular Best Good Canadian

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  1. Wow, wow, wow! You take the best pics! I’d love to have some street art you shot as a guest on my blog.
    What a treat that would be.(full credits, links, rave about your work etc!} Take care & Cheers to you and your family!


  2. Great shot. Sometimes i have the feeling with photo’s like this that the house was cut out from another photo and put on this one with glue because the contours are so very sharp of the house. Really a nice one


    1. Thank you! I think the trick with this particular shot is I rather than focusing to infinity and pulling back a bit, I prefocused down the street a few blocks and then moved my camera over and shot the photo :).


      1. Well then, aren’t we just the happy duo? Say hello to Beautiful BC for me. By the way, your name interests me. Google Robert Moses. His parkway is at the end of our street and I wrote a poem mentioning it, and him and…just look. πŸ˜‰ (New York’s Rob Mos. of the 50’s, 60’s, maybe 70’s?) Interesting fellow.

      2. Ya do? Well in Niagara Falls, he isn’t the most popular fellow. (Can’t see your emos) But he sure was interesting…Won’t hold that against you.
        Great photo!

      3. He built a big ole’ highway through the city of NF, NY that allowed folks to see the Falls for their quick 30 second spectacular, and steered all the traffic out of the city, putting the businesses in dire need. It’s something the American side is still trying to remedy.
        But it’s a nice name. Has a ring to it, don’t you think?

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