To really appreciate the shot you have to open the panorama view! I hope your screen is wide enough ... ;-)
Belated Happy New Year!
About this shot: I was chasing early morning the light for something completely different. It was a good morning with good light. Just when I was 4 wheeling back for some breakfast in Page I realized that the best part of the morning shooting was not done yet.
Navajo Mountain and Glen Canyon underneath filled with some morning haze demonstrated a unique light spectacle.
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Looks like some of those graphic arts posters you see in Santa Fe (I think they are called serigraph - silk screened). Beautiful and enjoyable to look at. How many frames did you use?
jwmunro (2019/01/13 17:35:26): The Bosque? I didn't go due to the government shutdown. I called the refuge on Thursday Dec 21 and talked to one of the biologists and they said the refuge will be closed and the auto route chained if there was a government shutdown. I waited another day to confirm the shutdown and then cancelled my reservations. I found out after Christmas the auto route was still open. Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia, and Joshua Tree are a mess with trash everywhere and pit toilets overflowing and hordes of people not respecting the property. Volunteers have been in to try and keep the refuse in order but still it is not enough. Vandalism is rampant and there is no one to stop it or arrest the perpetrators. I really think the unit should be closed and locked.PB-Photography (2019/01/13 04:25:09): How was Bosque?PB-Photography (2019/01/13 02:22:05): One single frame. Upper and lower part of the image were cropped.
A lovely panorama, which transmits the hazy morning light and atmosphere wonderfully. I also like the horizontal layers of the photo. A great find from your archives!
Belated Happy New Year to you too!
P.S. I had of course to scroll in order to see everything of the panorama ;-)
The haze gently kind of burries the land under it, it's dreamland. Once you have the bug, it's hard to go without a camera or call it the day, so many times there is something that might be missed. Okay unless you want to enjoy the landscape just as it is without any "duties". I find this also tempting sometimes. Funny that they have the French "é" in the native language. Wonderful image full of misteries, of Indian tales and our own. The same to you, a late happy new year. I have just gotten back from Ireland and everybody wishes you a happy new year so obviously it is not too late in the year.
Nope the Screen is not wide enough :) I guess I have to go there and see it for myself. With the time of day and the haze, the landscape become like a graphic art poster, the only thing that give it depth are the different shades of warm gray....but definitely very attractive and one to hand on the wall. I have never seen the Navajo mountain so close before. Excellent shot.