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Jessica Fridrich / 362 items

N 668 B 15.7K C 102 E Oct 5, 2021 F Jan 27, 2022
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This was what I call a surgical visit. I was visiting Capitol Reef but the forecast looked good for the Paria Wilderness. I drove for one day from Escalante to White Pocket just to catch the light. It was rainy before sunset but the hope was there. The sun managed to penetrate the clouds just for a few seconds. And when this happens, the magic happens. The only sad moment came when I realized that this famous tree has died. The drought was just too much.

Tags:   Passion Photography White Pocket Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Arizona Paria Wilderness sunset storm clouds sandstone crossbedding brain rocks rainbow ABigFave

N 234 B 3.2K C 72 E Oct 23, 2021 F Oct 23, 2021
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Fairytale Mushrooms

Tags:   BlueRibbonWinner Valley Dreams Mushrooms hoodoo New Mexico sunset summer solstice

N 500 B 15.7K C 45 E Sep 26, 2021 F Sep 26, 2021
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The famous Bisti Wings are typically the focal point of compositions. In this picture, I emphasize the other other-worldly foreground to their south to lead your eyes to the pointy wings. For some reason, the clouds decided to cooperate and balance out the drama.

Tags:   Bisti Wings Hunter's Wash New Mexico volcanic wash mud rock hoodoo sunset summer solstice cooperative clouds

N 103 B 2.6K C 24 E Jan 27, 2021 F Jan 27, 2021
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Sage in the Clouds

Tags:   Coyote Buttes South Paw Hole Paria Wilderness Vermillion Cliffs National Monument Arizona sage sandstone sunset cirrus clouds

N 185 B 7.5K C 21 E May 11, 2022 F May 11, 2022
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I noticed this little detail while biking the Vestal Rail Trail today. You are looking at a concrete wall in Chugnut Creek. The white part is directly lit by the sun, then there is the reflection in the water. The textured middle triangle is the light cast by the reflected white part, and there is the corresponding reflection in the creek. The last two segments are similarly due to even more reflections that contribute to a gradual loss of light, hence the darker colors. The upper part has cooler colors than the bottom part due to the mixing with the murky water. In summary, you are looking at a "septaflection". Perhaps your first?

Tags:   reflection water concrete wall light shadow triangle abstract


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