Little famous ruin hidden somewhere in Cedar Mesa, UT. Driving down a little road with mud pools and a hike down a canyon to find it was a special fun. Finally finding it was a special treat. Despite the abundance of images of this place I could not resist taking my own shots and presenting one of the many angles.
Image created from three vertical frames. The T&S 19 mm is a fantastic lens allowing easily such pano shots!
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Uhh yes, a very special treat, what a wonderful find. I am sure it gave you the big chills when you discovered this pearl. Being there alone is just THIS experience. Just fantastic how the ceiling sort of glows, great the broken rocks in the forground kind of decorating the floor in a pleasant "rocky" way. I love this area, it is just amazing. I still have some hand-drawn maps so one of these days I might do a hike myself hopeing to find such a home. Wonderful image, deserves to be in a magazine.
For sure a very special treat, not too many people know about it yet, and if it require some hike, it prevent some of those lazy and those who are not capable. Even now I have some knee issue that hiking steep trail will be a challenge :)
I like your composition that include the whole enclave of the ceiling, which is a very important element, it feel like it still slowing compressing down by the weight of the rock...and the interesting patterns is beautiful, mother nature's work of art on the ceiling of the temple :)
The detail is amazing while there is no indication that the compo is from 3 images. I agree with Way's comment that capturing the totality of the over-hanging rock gives the feeling that the rock is still slowly pressing down. I was so impressed with this composite image using a tilt and shift lens, that I had to read more about these lenses. THanks for the information. HLJ, Pat
PB-Photography (2018/10/07 22:44:15): I am not sure if renting it is a good idea. It is expensive and it needs a lot of time to figure out how it works. I bought first the “cheap” version from Rokinon 24 mm f/3.5 to learn how to use it. Once i got a pretty good idea I sold it on EBay and moved to the real deal.plimrn (2018/10/07 19:00:49): Thank you, I can hardly wait. I had been thinking of renting that lensPB-Photography (2018/10/06 03:01:45): Pretty soon you will be able to see and experiment the lens ... !!!