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Moonset, Zabriskie Point, Death Valley

Posted by
Gary Hart (California, United States) on 6 July 2012 in Landscape & Rural.

It's amazing how many of my images are aided by my iPhone. Even though Death Valley didn't have cell service when I captured this (it does have limited service now), I was able to use an iPhone app to pinpoint the moon's location and position my workshop group to capture it. Over on my WordPress site I write more about the iPhone apps I find essential.

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Aubélia from Kortrijk, Belgium

Wonderful ! Have a nice day.

6 Jul 2012 7:47am

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

wonderful shot!

6 Jul 2012 11:53am

Donna Lee Michas from New York, New York, United States

I remember the movie. ;-) Stunning capture. Truly.

6 Jul 2012 1:48pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Really magnificent, Gary. I especially like your plentiful foreground here that affords a marvelous look at the textures and caramel candy colours of the sandstone and mineral elements. Their colours and various tones really sing out in this wonderful composition. The darkened range in the middle prepares the eye for the glorious moon above Beautiful, Gary :-) All the best Sir - dj

6 Jul 2012 5:21pm

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

amazing, amazing landscape! your work on exposure to capture each layer so distinctly and so detailed is superb! i could stare at this one forever, getting lost in its spectacular beauty!

7 Jul 2012 8:33am

Jeff from Honolulu, United States

Remarkable! This is first rate.

12 Jul 2012 4:25am

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