Every so often, you experience a night that you'll never forget as long as you live. Last night was such a night, consisting of a loosely-planned drive out to a point overlooking the Anza Borrego desert in San Diego County, and culminating in a race to the top of a hill on the other side of the county to catch the sunrise, with absolutely no sleep in between. It was the first all-nighter I've had in nearly two years, and it gave me the perfect chance to test out all that the new Pentax K-x is capable of. I managed to make some truly unanticipated photographs, due largely in part to the camera's great image quality in the higher ISO range. I'll be posting more photographs later on, including my first ever photograph of a shooting star.