In the past 3 months, I’ve had quite a few changes happen in my life. Perhaps the biggest would be that I no long reside in America. I left Florida in mid-August to move to Seoul, South Korea, where I […]
As the wheels of space shuttle atlantis came to a stop on the runway at Kennedy Space Center, over 30 years of manned space exploration in perhaps the most bueatiful space vehicle comes to a halt. It was a highly […]
So I’ll be posting back a really long post about everything and a photo story documenting the whole process of a shuttle launch soon, but right now it’s late and I’m running on fumes. For now though, enjoy the pictures!
The town of Williston’s early 4th of July Parade and Fireworks on July 2, 2011.
STS-135 Astronauts walk out to the astrovan during Terminal Count Down Test or TCDT, a series of simulated events that prepare the astronauts for the actual shuttle launch.
This has by far been one of the most amazing experiences I’ve ever been able to capture. Not only was I allowed into the Orbiter Processing Facility, but was also invited to tour the inside crew cabin of space shuttle […]