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The Comet NEOWISE And Lake Tahoe

Stargazers of the world are all a buzz due to the Comet NEOWISE. Yesterday, it made its closest approach to our planet and now is slowly exiting our periphery. Made up of ice, rock, and dust, this cosmic snowball won’t return to our galaxy for another 6,800 years! With this once in a lifetime opportunity to see a celestial body fly past our jaw-dropping scenery, we thought it was a perfect time to showcase our local photographers. If you like what you see, at a minimum click on their profiles, or better yet, reach out to them to purchase a print.

Matt Bansak Photography

Comet Neowise over Lake Tahoe

Comet NEOWISE over Lake Tahoe | Photo: Matt Bansak Photography

To purchase a print of this photo or see his library of amazing pictures head to Matt Bansak Creative

Anthony Cupaiuolo - First Tracks Productions

Best Photos Of Comet NEOWISE taken from Heavenly Mountain in Lake Tahoe

Photo by: First Tracks Productions

To purchase a print of this photo or see his library of amazing pictures head to his SmugMug page or this page for his NEOWISE comet photos.

Mike Herron Photography

Comet Neowise

Photo: Mike Herron Photography

To purchase a print of this photo or see his library of amazing pictures head to Mike Herron Photography.

Comet Neowise over Lake Tahoe on Instagram:

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Alex Silgalis

Alex founded localfreshies.com® in 2014 to be the #1 website providing the “local scoop” on where to eat, drink & play in mountain towns throughout North America. When he’s not writing and executing marketing strategies for small businesses & agencies, he’s in search of the deepest snow in the winter and tackiest dirt in the summer.

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