I’m still working through my pictures from my road trip. In a recent post I talked about the very windy days I had, and posted a multiple exposure as that was one way to deal with the wind. Another issue I was dealing with was heat waves, and while it didn’t feel hot at all, the land really heated up in bright sunlight, and with my longer lens I could see that rippling effect really strongly. So I decided that wide angle landscapes, without anything up close to the camera, might be the only option. When I saw these beautiful clouds, with a stripe of brilliant yellow as the base, I was pleased. The Carrizo plain is a wide plain between two mountain ranges, and this suggests the vast open space of the plain.
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Poetic tones contrast !!
Love the great perspective.
Thank you, Nalo.
Same happens in the extreme cold — you get “cold waves” I remember photographing a fox at ground level one winter in Hokkaido and sharpness was a real issue due to the atmospheric “layer”
Wow, I wouldn’t have thought of that! Thanks for sharing, Jeremy.