So, what lies at the end of a moonbow? Well, you’ll have to head out to Cumberland Falls in southern Kentucky to find out. It’s one of only two places where a predictable moonbow exists.
Montana Darkstar Photography
Matt is a Ph.D. student in environmental engineering at Montana State University where his research focuses on sustainable wastewater treatment and algal cultivation. He has lived in Bozeman for the past six years where he has worked with the Center for Biofilm Engineering. Matt spends most of his free time in the summer hiking and backpacking, and in the winter snowboarding. He is an astrophotographer by hobby as it combines his love for the outdoors, star gazing, and photography. In his own words, “Bringing light to the darkness” allows him to explore the other side of the beautiful places we love. Many of the images capture the motion of our planet in the stars and showcase the grandeur of the universe. The images are meant to provide a glimpse into the mystery of the night and impart a sense of wonder as we contemplate the beauty of our planet and the vastness of time and space.