This is the final photo from my January trip to Death Valley. After spending the morning exploring some nearby salt flats, nothing really peaked my interest, so I returned to the location I photographed the day before, and found a more intimate composition of this mud flow. This photo was taken just as the sun was dropping behind the mountains at sunset, but it was passing through a thin layer of clouds, and that helped to soften the otherwise harsh light. This was taken on @fujifilm_profilm Provia 100F using my @arcaswissusa F Metric 8x10 and a Nikkor 450mm lens.Download image
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I Love your sense for foreground patterns. They are almost hypnotic to me (in a good way)!
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Love the way 8x10 makes you feel like you could just take a step into the image.
Don't know nothing about photography but this is a beautiful picture 👍👏❤️
Can I repost this picture?
Can someone please explain this type of cracked ass ground. I always see this shit and it confuses me so much. Like why does it crack apart and how deep are those. Like if u drop ur keys down there r u screwed???
Wonderful gallery and vblog, keep up the quality work! 👌🏻
Love the light within the cracks... beautiful energy and depth