The Race Track, Death Valley, CA, USA
Canon S400 with Hoya R72 Infrared Filter
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You’ve got some nice material here!
Beautiful image. I love these mysterious rocks you have there on the west coast. 🙂 Beautiful tones and textures for infrared!
The contrast in this shot is very nice. The sky has just enough anger to scare a rock into motion 😉
Very nice use of the IR filter. I’ve found very few instances where I’d like to use one, but this is the perfect subject.
That’s a great shot. Lovely landscape. I like the tonal range and the distinct foreground, middle ground and background. I’m very tempted to get my hands on an IR filter to play with.
I’ve heard that a researcher has names for a lot of these rocks. I wonder if this one has one? I like how the rock almost mirrors the white part of the cloud above the hill on the right.
‘but i didn’t touch it!’
‘it moved all by itself!’
‘it wasn’t me!’
‘it was like that when i found it!’
yeah, that’s what they all say.
beautiful photograph. truly stunning!
Stunning photograph, I really like the textures and the little trail.
I can’t argue with many of the comments on this… Great pic, infrared is very hit or miss for me. This is pretty much a bulls-eye.
God grief, that’s great!
Look at the sky above? It’s surreal..like painted! Great composition.
I’ve been meaning to get myself an infra red filter for some time now. This shot has made my mind up that I have to get one. Stunning!
Ed Little, Jr
Congratulations on the ‘PhotoFriday’…VERY NICE!
man. i really wanted to check these out when i was in death valley. it’s great to at least be able to see the race track on your blog. great shot!
ooo yes. much prefer this one. This one has more depth and creates a very different atmosphere.
This is a real winner. Great composition and light.
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