Photo essay: Turning eyes to the sky
Turning eyes to the sky
Amateur astronomers love to share the night sky with people who have never looked through a telescope. When the weather’s right, you’ll find members of Duluth’s Arrowhead Astronomical Society doing just that on the Lakewalk in Canal Park on Friday and Saturday nights in the summer and fall. People often open up and get philosophical after looking at Saturn or the craters of the moon. This can lead to deep discussions and connections with folks who were perfect strangers just moments before. We all like to wonder about origins, endings and life elsewhere in the universe. Stars help us discover this common thread.
Photos by Bob King / firstname.lastname@example.org