PortandTerminal.com, July 29, 2020
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA – Maybe you’ve heard of the acronym EGOT. It stands for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony and refers to the very, very few actors/performers/artists who have won all four of these prestigious prizes (only 16 people ever have).
Today’s Maritime Image of the Day is the natural world’s equivalent of an EGOT. Canadian photographer David McColm captured the equivalent of an EGOT the other evening in British Columbia when he photographed in a single shot 1) Comet Neowise 2) The Milky Way 3) Satellites passing overhead 4) Northern Lights and 5) Bioluminescence.
Other examples of David McColm’s work
Photographer David McColm
McColm is a landscape & night sky photographer based in British Columbia, Canada. He has spent the past 12 years experiencing & photographing Whistler’s stunning and ever-changing landscapes. David says that he likes nothing more than to head off into the Whistler alpine to spend a night capturing the last light of the day and then the night sky in both photos as well as time lapses.
David has spent much of his time travelling and shooting in other areas in Canada & around the world including Baffin Island, the Yukon, Greenland, Iceland, Italy, Chile & Argentina. Wherever his travels take him, he is looking to represent & convey his experiences in stories be that in videos, photos, workshops and/or talks.
Visit McColm’s website to see more of his work by clicking here.
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