Breakthrough

Majeed Badizadegan

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The Oregon Dunes have been on my radar for a while. I didn't have a chance to scout during the day. I went barefoot and hiked myself into a sweat and frenzy before I eventually found this spot. Just minutes after setting up, the sun broke through the thick clouds and made a brief appearance before disappearing again. The definitive moment was when the hills were bathed in the red glow that only late evening light will provide.


Breakthrough
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Here in WY we have the second largest moving body of sand in the world.... the Killpecker Sand Dunes. (yes I spelled that correctly) I've never been very interested in them, but now I'm thinking a late evening trip might be warranted. Now if I could just get my husband to buy that Polaris Razor 900........
 

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It throws me off that you used a narrow aperture here. The sun-flare being out of focus distracts me, rather than helps focus me on the foreground sands.

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As I first view the image my eye go first to the Sun then down the dunes. Very nice job.

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Good timing! It seems as soon as my finger hits the shutter it would disappear lol.
 

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