“AEVEX Aerospace specializes in airborne intelligence solutions — things that fly, things with cameras, other sensors, and then the intelligence that goes along with it,” Ferriol said. “We have 500 employees worldwide. We manage 200 of those a block away in our intelligent business solutions unit. I imagine a lot of those employees will be frequenting the stadium to see some baseball games and events and we look forward to seeing everybody out there.”
This was a quick one-night trip with three targets sets of photographs: 1) 01/20 moonrise; 2) the Super Blood Wolf Moon lunar eclipse; and, 3) 01/21 sunrise. For the most part, clouds were a challenge. They blocked seeing the Sunday evening moonrise and the Monday morning sunrise–ruling out seeing the moon and sun shimmering on the ocean as they peaked above the surface.
Nonetheless, there are some good captures in this group. I will do this shoot again–less the lunar eclipse, but closer to home next time–maybe Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina [its’s the closest to me].