Monday, June 15, 2015

Pointing at the Moon

There is always a reason to get up early in the morning. I get a lot more done than if I start an hour or more later than usual. This image was made at the Kodachrome Basin State Park in Southern Utah along the Arizona border. The rock pipes or columns are a unique formation. This one looks a little like a pointing finger. I used a long, 500 mm lens to take the image and I resisted the impulse to Photoshop in a larger version of the moon. It was a beautiful clear day with almost perfect weather.

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