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The jettisoning of firestone under the Orion constellation. Camera: ILCE-7R Aperture: ƒ/4 ISO: 2500 Shutter speed: 20s Focal length: 17mm
I stood here and absolutely swore up and down that the sunset was going to be a bust. Once again, I was made the fool as the clouds broke and warm sunlight streamed through lighting up Mount Hood. I should know better by now, but I think I just like excitement when you get a …
The old Donnell Mill, or what’s left of it, sits abandoned on the Brazos River in West Texas. Here a full moon quickly rises behind the structure while a transient is camping nearby with a campfire going. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Aperture: ƒ/6.3 ISO: 2500 Shutter speed: 25s Focal length: 17mm Taken: 2 …
October and crisp cool weather made for great skies here in southern Utah. There wasn’t another soul around for many many miles, so the stars seemed to dance just for me this night. This was a 175 image stack taken from the middle of a 4 hour timelapse that I was doing at this location.
My first visit to Utah’s Valley of the Gods and I was simply stunned at the beautiful scenery and scenery that often goes unnoticed or little known by most. It’s not a big name place, like Utah’s other parks and areas, but VOG is as pretty as most and it’s much more quiet with only …