Limited Editions 0 of 500 2x1 Panorama Print Sizing and Pricing The last time I saw the heart of the galactic center of the Milky Way was a year ago on the Caribbean island of Little Corn, in Nicaragua. Ever since then I had dreamed of seeing the Milky Way once again. I knew I was going to have to find a dark sky in a light polluted part of the states. With a vision in mind I had no idea where my composition would take me. I planned carefully studying maps, paying attention to weather, and studying the moon phase. Everything had to come together. With the potential to bring this shot to life I set my alarm. Waking up in the early hours of the day I grabbed my gear and headed south out of town. I went in search of a dark sky and a composition that would bring my vision to life. I had one place in mind. A place where my journey with photography had begun. A place where I had uncovered my gift and had sent me in the pursuit of chasing the light. The map labels this as the Dunnville Wildlife Area, but the locals refer to this place as The Bottoms. It is a place close to my heart. Creating a composition you have to understand what your camera see's. It has to become an extension not only of your eyes but also your mind. As I drove over the bridge it hit me. This was my shot. Stepping out of my car and listening to the Red Cedar River flow below I saw the clouds that make up part of our galactic center. I knew this was it. I set up for my panorama and began to create my vision. Capturing the stunning beauty of our Milky Way. It is crazy to think most of what we see in the night sky is held within our own galaxy. It creates a very humbling feeling when you begin to think about how many galaxies are in our universe. How expansive it all really is, and how small we really are. Staring out into the night sky I cant help but think what else is out there. What other worlds there are and what unique beauty do they hold.