Zion National Park in South Utah, possibly the most beautiful region in the United States. Long exposure night photo showing the movement of the stars over a long period of time. Nature at its wondrous best.
An eerie spectral gathering at Goldwell Open Air Museum near Beatty, NV, depicting The Last Supper. After photographing an abandoned place, I decided to take several photos here despite cold gusts of wind, unseasonably cold for June. I wore a couple of hoodies and a jacket while photographing these ghosts underneath the desert night sky. The streaks of light in the sky are stars moving during the four minute long exposure, movements created by the rotation of our earth. For we are forever moving, moving, moving.
Imagine walking carefully on a flat white valley floor completely aglow from the light of a full moon on a whisper-quiet evening. That is Racetrack Playa in Death Valley N.P., CA, far from anywhere, and utterly enchanting. For the longest time, none of us were sure these mysterious stones left these tracks while sliding across the parched desert floor. Although we know now, it's still magical. This is an ant's eye view of one of the sliding stones.