Fire Dance in the Kiva.
This completes the Year of Night photo project. I sincerely hope that you’ve enjoyed my attempt to bring awareness to night photography and light pollution.
This project has been a culmination of lots of sleepless nights and lots and lots of miles of traveling to some of the most remote spots in the western United States.
Please support any of your local dark skies initiatives and the International Dark-Sky Association.
It is vitally important that we keep our skies dark and help prevent/reduce light pollution so that future generations can view our night skies and learn about our place in this wonderful galaxy.
Without light pollution protections, we stand to lose a vital part of the human wonder – our natural night skies.
Thank you to all that have followed along over the last 365 nights and to those that have so generously supported my efforts.
May all your nights be dark and your souls be filled with light.
– Todd Lambert