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Death Valley Sunset

I have been to Death Valley at least a dozen times.  Each time is different and I  am always discovering new locations to take photos from.  The shot above was made late one day a few winters ago while on my way back from visiting Bodie.  Bodie is one of the strangest towns you can visit.  A few hours there feels like a day and it’s kind of one of those oddball towns with oddball people.  I highly recommend a visit there.  Anyway on my way back from the visit I came over the mountain and the whole valley had a spectacular set of clouds over it.  And, the sun was going down.  So I drove downhill to a location that gave a clear view of the valley and let the magic happen.  It was like the whole sky was on fire.  I used a wide-angle lens to get as much sky as I could.  The photo below was one of the workshop attendees silhouetted against the sky.

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August 2020
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