Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by abraxas, Oct 13, 2008.
Death Valley National Park
I really like your use of a landscape aspect to this sho - the mountains in teh distance really add to this!
A tricky shot I think since I think you were using a smaller aperture to get that greater depth to the shot - so shutter speed might have been tricky, but then it looks to be bright out.
regardless I like this!
Sweet Shot man! Can I get a copy of it 1280 x 1024 for my desktop?
Nice, an old friend - trickster of my dessert vision quest.
And back on Earth, I've come to associate the name abraxas with high quality work! Often the grand finale of my short visits.
I like it............. Works well together.
Cool capture Abraxas! I love the feel of this shot. I haven't been lucky enough to photograph a 'yote yet. Thank you for posting.
Actually, at the moment, we're doing a Science project on the Mojave desert. Your website was immensely informative! Thanks!
Thanks- The exif says 1/320 @ f9. I think I got lucky. If I remember correctly, this was the last trip I shot in auto mode (6/2005). I was tired of losing shots in the highlights.
Thank you, but uh,... no.
Thanks. Very glad you liked it. If you're into the VQ, you may like this collection of Shoshoni Indian myths I'm working to incorporate into my web site;
For as abstract and distended as they first seem to be, I usually can find a moral or lesson to be learned from them. Once I get the page format complete, I'd like to illustrate them either with photos or drawings.
Thanks. I'm pretty sure you'll get a few. I think it's like lightning- a couple tricks, but about being in a reasonably right place at a reasonably right time.
Wow, that is so cool! What a nice thing to read- I'm very glad you've found it helpful.
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