Yesterday I thought I might never again walk the Soos Creek Trail. My prediction was proven inaccurate much sooner than I expected, as I had time this morning for a shorter (four mile) walk, and I ended up, at least for a short time, on the trail.
I left the house at about the same time as yesterday, well before dawn, and returned before I noticed any lightening to the east. Needless to say, but I will say it anyway, there wasn't much light for photography. Still I did manage to make a few photos, again with my iPhone and Hipstamatic.
A highlight of the walk for me was the very clear sky. I was able to see stars as dim as fourth magnitude. The sky in and around Orion was especially nice, and I was even able to see many stars in the constellation Lepus (silly rabbit). Jupiter, somewhere in Leo or Cancer (I'm not sure where the border is), was nice, too.
So here are a few more shots, none very interesting, but maybe better than nothing. Given that I made them while visiting parents, I'm happy to have had the chance to make them.