Wonderland of Rocks

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  1. abraxas

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    Looking across Lost Horse Valley to Wonderland of Rocks.

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    i love the sunlight that seems to only be hitting the rocks on the other side of the valley. I'm not sure about the 50/50 comp, and i'm having some perspective issues... how high were you when you took this photo? were you high up and all those little black things are joshua trees? or are they just little tiny weeds and you are only a few feet above the valley floor?
     
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    Curses. This photography stuff is harder than I thought.

    It was originally part of a panorama I was going to do, but I thought it'd look kind of lame with the horizon in the middle- so, what do I do?

    Should-a went vertical.

    About 200+ feet up from valley floor- Joshua trees.

    Rats, now I got to go back. :biglaugh:
     
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    nice shot but thats a real shame you gotta go back :lol:
     
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    That's what I was guessing, there just wasn't anything in the foreground to help judge perspective, i'm sure it is an amazing view... :thumbup:
     

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