The 6 Day trip to Big Bend National Park is in the books. After cataloging 250 GB of data and sorting out the time lapses and locations visited, I already knew which image I wanted to work on first.
This shot of Balanced Rock was lit from underneath with a flashlight and on the front from my headlamp in a sweeping motion.
Also note, the final climb up to Balanced Rock in the dark can be a bit difficult with gear and especially if it is your first time. It would be best to go at sunset to get your bearings and then you can be treated to the Grapevine Hills walls lighting up with dynamic color from the setting Sun.
The shots will be slowly rolled out as they are done along with the time lapses. And remember when visiting our State and National Parks to always follow the Leave No Trace principles. ================= @nikonusa D750
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Big Bend National Park 📷 Photo location
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amazing, matt!!!! pure magic. ✨✨✨💫💫💫
Srsly, tho. Marvelous!😍💙
Man you're such an inspiration to astrophotographers everywhere. Do you have any videos that cover your editing workflow?
Beautiful shot congrats on the work. We were there in early April and got a few good Milky Way views. Wonderful place to visit
Wow, amazing shot !
What did it is the like😊😂