Last night I had the chance to try out my new ‘nocturnal’ lens on Sugarloaf Path, since I know that trail so well I can walk it with my eyes closed.
My night hike was aided by a nearly full moon, and as I made my way through the forested part of the hills I startled all manner of night creatures just outside my view. At first it was a bit spooky and surreal, but quickly I found my pace and I relaxed under a star filled sky.
After 5 hours of night photography I decided to head back home since the temperatures had dropped below zero and everything was coated with a thin layer of frost, including me.
When I got back to the car, I had some ice-scraping to do: