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Taken:
2016-09-03
Uploaded: 2016-09-19
Camera:
NIKON D800E
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N/A
Focal length: 31 mm
F-Stop:
10
Filter:
Lee Filter ND Grad 0.6 hard
Shutter Speed:
1/1 s
Tripod:
Yes
ISO:
50
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No

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sevy (2016/09/20)

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PB-Photography wrote in 2016/09/20 14:53:43: Yes, it i real sky and real clouds. The morning was initially almost cloudless. I have an image with stars and one or two clouds. As the sun started to come out clouds were building up. The interesting thing was that there were different layers of clouds. The higher ones, cirrus clouds, are the ones with red and orange colors, while the lower situated clouds were still in the shade and have a grey and blue color. It looked surreal in nature and it looks even more surreal in the picture.
PB-Photography wrote in 2016/09/20 14:44:14: Yes, secret location ;-)
My series got now to 11 images which will allow me to present it at the upcoming show in November, while we are out there chasing the light ... Theme of the show is Ancient times in the Southwest

Buin (2016/09/20)

mortijo (2016/09/20)

CLODO (2016/09/20)

BabaCam (2016/09/20)

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baba_flies wrote in 2016/10/03 07:43:17: Colorado National Monument, a park that I know pretty well, has paved roads and this year I had the impression that it had MUCH more people than in other years. People start to understand that Monuments might have less people :-) Plus sadly there was vandalism too. Just some writings on a stone kind of "x got married to y". The rangers sign-posted this and wrote that this was illegal and punished.
PB-Photography wrote in 2016/09/20 14:50:21: Understanding the differences of National Forest, Wilderness, National Monument, National Park and so on is not an easy one. The creation of Bears Ears National Monument is very controversial. There are so many different interest groups that it makes it impossible to get a compromise. At the end, having one person to take the responsibility is probably the best way, otherwise the fight will go on and on and the plundering too.
A National Monument does not entail paved roads and hoards of tourists, but at the same time will not allow Natives to collect their berries, medicinal plants, wood, etc either .... "guter Rat is teuer"!

guillaumejm (2016/09/20)

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roger (2016/09/22)

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