Travis Trahan


Ok, maybe this isn’t the kind of “exposed” exposure you were looking for, but some open shutter photography can shed a whole new light on the seemingly dull and boring night life. On a Tuesday night, the air was crisp and cool, the moon was high and bright, and I had some caffeine! I took some pictures of the Sebastian Causeway,…

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West Coast Life (of Florida)

There is something special about Florida’s geography that is almost surreal. Growing up here, I didn’t think about it much, but very realistically, you can wake up here in Melbourne, take a relaxing morning stroll along the beach and watch the sunrise, go to class and have a decent lunch. Then, you can get in the car and travel a…

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February is a Beach

 February Beach Day Last week, I ventured over the causeway. It was mostly a relaxation thing, but I grabbed the GoPro anyway to see what I could find. Turns out, I ended up capturing more intriguing content with my iPhone while I time-lapsed the beach (after an hour of thinking I was capturing on the GoPro every 1/2 second, I…

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Botany Monotony?

Presenting: The Botanical Gardens at Florida Tech! The Botanical Gardens are without much of a doubt in my mind, one of the most pristine and relaxing places you can find on campus, aside from the fourth floor of the Evans Library. Our groundskeepers dedicate entire days of the week maintaining the environment for our enjoyment. There are seemingly endless trails throughout…

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Fright or Flight

Explore the skies. Take flight! Although my primary goal at Florida Tech is to become a pilot, I am scarcely able to photograph and document it, since pilots must uphold a dedicated responsibly to safety. However, on rare occasions, I’m able to snag a free observation flight at the flight line. This opportunity is available to students who are in flight…

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Everyone Needs a Little “Funk”: A Fall Art Exhibit

An art exhibit can be one of the most inspiring visual encounters one can experience. It can also be dull, drab and yawn-worthy. Thankfully, the Florida Institute of Technology is showcasing one of the best art exhibits a person can lay eyes on. Nestled just to the north of the Evans Library, sits the happy, two-story building, announced as the…

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United Launch Alliance Delivers a 1-2 K.O. Rocket Launch

Cape Canaveral, Fl — At 6:18a.m. on Sept. 2, Space Coast residents were treated to one of the most awe-inspiring wake up calls they can get — right from their backyards! The United Launch Alliance (UAL) launched the most powerful version of its Atlas-V class rockets (Atlas-V 551) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Base, Complex 41. The payload consisted of a forward…

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