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It is the morning after first night of the Oregon star shooting road trip and I am already feeling classically spent! laughing Update: last night was MESSY weather on the coast with thick, soupy fog moving in and out of our location. Most of the time we were looking up through a damp haze, but the fog pulled away a few times to get some stills. Check out this hastily edited shot from last night. In honor of my girlfriend who couldn’t make the trip, I call this one “Unicorn Landing”Up next, 10 hours of driving to the desert of Southeast Oregon!

It is the morning after first night of the Oregon star shooting road trip and I am already feeling classically spent! laughing 
Update: last night was MESSY weather on the coast with thick, soupy fog moving in and out of our location. Most of the time we were looking up through a damp haze, but the fog pulled away a few times to get some stills. Check out this hastily edited shot from last night. In honor of my girlfriend who couldn’t make the trip, I call this one “Unicorn Landing”
Up next, 10 hours of driving to the desert of Southeast Oregon!

Mt Thielsen is a short drive away from Crater Lake so Valorie and I made a detour there on the way home. It’s an incredible place with beautiful views all around. But, with bodies crippled from the climb just hours before, we made it a fast trip with the priority of getting home! Here is my lovely girlfriend, Valorie- her first time at Crater Lake.

Mt Thielsen is a short drive away from Crater Lake so Valorie and I made a detour there on the way home. It’s an incredible place with beautiful views all around. But, with bodies crippled from the climb just hours before, we made it a fast trip with the priority of getting home! 
Here is my lovely girlfriend, Valorie- her first time at Crater Lake.