The most recent installment in Hydro Flask’s journey collection follows shutterbug Joram Younger on his quest for darkish skies and shiny cosmos.
So far as lonely vocations go, astrophotography is up there. An evening photographer’s schedule not solely goes towards the fashionable grain, it usually requires the practitioner to enterprise deep into the wilderness, away from gentle air pollution.
So, why select it over some other type of out of doors images? “If there’s one thing that makes you’re feeling a bit of uncomfortable, then it is perhaps a good suggestion to lean into it,” Younger explains on this clip. He then provides, “Being open air and beneath the sky helps strip away any form of extra self-importance … we’re small, and the universe is large.”
Cozy on up and try this glimmer of an edit.
Runtime: 2 minutes