By Aaron Chang
My family and I are up in the Sierra Mountains this week at Agnew Lake, near June Mountain.
We drove all day in our RV, pulling in past dark. When we finally arrived, we were in awe of the beauty and splendor of a starlit sky.
Not only did we see millions of stars, but planets and the beauty of the Milky Way. It was a moment I will not forget.
The next day, we woke up in a green valley near a crystal clear lake with towering peaks all around us. There was even a waterfall in the distance…
A ground shaking 5.7 earthquake struck in the afternoon with tremors shaking through the night. The earth and the sky felt wild and alive…
That night, my son and his friend hiked with me 2 hours up the mountain, while we waited for the milky way to position itself perfectly in the sky.
At midnight, I captured this shot.
Moments like this make me grateful to be alive and to be able to experience this moment of majesty with our son.
… and at the end of our lives, this is what we’ll take with us and leave behind.
I’m happy to present my newest release, Touched.