Furious storm conditions at the summit of this mountain ridge at Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Italy. Extreme winds were blowing and I could barely stand still and take some photos before escaping from the storm up there at nearly 3000m.
This image is stitched from 9 shots with the help of the magic blending wizard of oz, *slamdunker. The original image has about 60MP. _______________________________
TechData: Canon 5D Mk II, Canon L IS 24-105mm ISO200, F/11, 1/80 _______________________________
Deliberately avoiding the view from the bridge, and yet seeking something equally impacting. Invariably, I've failed, as someone would have done it before me. However, I do have ideas for the next time I venture through the park that may prove a little more effective.
Taken while wandering through Parunuweap; a deep slot canyon much to the effect of The Narrows, but essentially empty. To get to the location, one must trek across several miles of hilly desert terrain, and scale down a series of cliffs. It's not easy, but it's worth it.
Just before work ends, I glance at the sky. I see if the clouds look like they are gonna show some light, and if I'll get lucky or not with a photo op.
Well, for the second night in a row, the sky looked like it was about to unleash a flurry of colors, however. After work ended, I needed to help my sister-in-law out for a bit with some moving. So, in a mad dash I did my chores with just enough time to go grab my gear.
Right when the early signs of color started to dance on the clouds, I was finding a new spot with all new sites along Horsetooth.
Just enough spare time to give me a chance to capture the beauty.
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