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Sep 18, 2022 11:14 as a reply to  @ post 19426465 |  #9376

It was actually evening. There was a bit of smoke in the air due to forest fires, so it gave a slightly hazy look. I was bike riding and I noticed how the light caught the trees, so I turned back and hauled out the camera. The smoke was very light, it didn't stop me from a long ride, but it was just enough to play with the light.




  
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Sep 19, 2022 11:19 |  #9377

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Sep 19, 2022 23:38 |  #9381

Some Badlands stuff. Funnily enough, I talked to a friend who buzzed through there a few weeks before I did, said a quick trip of a couple of hours through the park was plenty. Much different attitude than a photographer. I was there a few days and felt like I was just starting to get the hang of the place.


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Sep 20, 2022 21:55 |  #9382

You're on the right track!! Keep going back, take your time, take it in!!

I'm at somewhere between 140-150 trips to Arches - guess what - it never "gets old" - It's really neat to be able to watch the shadows change through the seasons, as opposed to just one time of day...even more important for night photos as you start to figure out where to be for what shots during what months, etc...sometimes it's fun to just sit in the car, have a book, and just be out there without the need/push to run around like crazy...it's just nice not being in a rush...

It's also fun to simply find "YOUR" own photo - sometimes they can be planned, sometimes they just happen, sometimes it's from a crazy night/death hike :twisted:

Keep posting the badlands stuff - that area looks like a nice blank canvas for all sorts of interesting infinite compositional choices! (Sorta reminds me of the Painted Hills in Oregon - but - on a much larger scale!)

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Some Badlands stuff. Funnily enough, I talked to a friend who buzzed through there a few weeks before I did, said a quick trip of a couple of hours through the park was plenty. Much different attitude than a photographer. I was there a few days and felt like I was just starting to get the hang of the place.

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Sep 21, 2022 06:09 |  #9383

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Sep 21, 2022 15:09 |  #9384

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You're on the right track!! Keep going back, take your time, take it in!!

I'm at somewhere between 140-150 trips to Arches - guess what - it never "gets old" - It's really neat to be able to watch the shadows change through the seasons, as opposed to just one time of day...even more important for night photos as you start to figure out where to be for what shots during what months, etc...sometimes it's fun to just sit in the car, have a book, and just be out there without the need/push to run around like crazy...it's just nice not being in a rush...

It's also fun to simply find "YOUR" own photo - sometimes they can be planned, sometimes they just happen, sometimes it's from a crazy night/death hike :twisted:

Keep posting the badlands stuff - that area looks like a nice blank canvas for all sorts of interesting infinite compositional choices! (Sorta reminds me of the Painted Hills in Oregon - but - on a much larger scale!)

Ian Plant and Joseph Rossbach did a video on the Badlands that got me interested in the first place. They pointed out that there are no iconic shots or locations there, you have to get in there and explore, kind of a tricky place to photograph, apart from some of the overlooks. But yes, lots of possibilities.

Your time in Arches has paid off, you've gotten the best shots I've ever seen from there.


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Sep 21, 2022 20:08 |  #9385

Lake O' the Pines at sunset.


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Sep 22, 2022 01:55 |  #9386

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Lake O' the Pines at sunset.

That one certainly is getting ready for Halloween - a spooky hand rising from the lake!


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Sep 22, 2022 18:50 |  #9387

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That one certainly is getting ready for Halloween - a spooky hand rising from the lake!

It looks a lot more spooky in this light than at mid day.


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Sep 22, 2022 21:53 |  #9388

I'm seeing more of these. Sort of a population boom going on I think. These two (actually 3, a third is hidden) were a couple miles apart on Kenosha Pass.


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Sep 23, 2022 17:04 |  #9389

Those things scare me more than bears for some reason! Nice shots... I think all those Moose attack videos from years ago probably did it!

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