Ok so let me start by saying I’m not a tree-hugger or no crazy shit like that but I have become a much softer spirit thanks to my doggy. There’s just something about a cute, furry, doe-eyed, 140 pound, little baby Moose that just makes me smile. His cuteness, unfortunately, means a life in front of my cameras and being tricked into sudden photo shoots with tasty cookies. Poor Moose.
Moose in da light
Oftentimes, my impromptu photos happen outdoors. Sunlight, clouds and even rain can create a great look and although I don’t share my doggy pics with you all, trust me they’re super cute!
Being in the sun also equals an opportunity to see the sky, lots of it. And I’ve been outdoors taking pics of dog and sky for more than two years now and it’s amazing the stuff I’ve seen. Scary too.
California Sun Backyard April 2015
For those of you who haven’t heard the news, scientists believe that a new planet, comet or galactic bowling ball has entered our solar system. They’ve given it a few names like Planet X, Planet 9, Asteroid TX68, Planet WhoDaFuckKnows…What I do know is this ain’t no new planet. In fact, somewhere out there is and has always been a multitude of planets that enter our area of surveillance for a brief time and then takes off like a thief in the night. This thief is near the sun and hopefully just passing by in silence. Nonetheless, I wanted to share my bright and curious videos with you guys. I’ve been recording this stuff over the last few days.
Colorized Clouds grow and block the Sunlight Feb 2016
So it seems that staring into the sun though my camera while risking my fragile vision has unknowingly paid off! It’s super cool to see this thing on my own, while science know-it-all’s are looking through high end telescopes telling lies…Ya’ll I see this thing with my iPad mini.
XXX Pilots in the Sky Makin Cum Clouds!
If you are on the west coast just look up in the sky in the mornings wherever the sun rises. Not with your eyes!!! Try an older model iPhone or older iPad mini if you can get a hold of one. I have tried to capture this thing with my sony, canon and even the cameras of friends with no luck. If you have no iPad around you will need a few infrared lens filters to see it as a red ball next to a bigger red ball (YAWN!). You can buy the same infrared filters for about $30 bucks on Amazon. Once you have that all you need is a camera (of nearly any kind) and it should work.
My Infrared Sun through the trees
I’m not too happy with my cheapo infrared lens thingy but it’s cool. I got to see something new, regardless.
So yeah, it’s up there and I’m watching…hope I shouldn’t be running away instead!