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Jessica Fridrich / 362 items

N 95 B 671 C 25 E Apr 3, 2022 F Jun 11, 2022
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This detail captured my attention because of the smooth shapes, pure form, and alternating light and shadows. Joshua Tree National Park flexing its muscles before going to bed.

N 72 B 716 C 22 E Mar 31, 2022 F Jun 3, 2022
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I cannot control how this scene will affect you because images talk to us in infinitely many ways based on our previous life experiences. I apologize if it gives you nightmares, and I will be happy if it affects you in a positive way. This image is an abstraction of my own emotions imprinted upon me by Mono Lake sand tufas: the sense of bewilderment, awe, and curiosity. Tufas' delicate complexity created by eons in dark depths of the lake is now on display lit by colorful Sierra sunsets.

If you have been to the museum, you might get the title faster. If you do, leave three stars in your comment: * * *

Tags:   Mono Lake California sand tufas sunset abstract fantasy Eastern Sierras

N 744 B 16.7K C 86 E Mar 30, 2022 F May 28, 2022
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On a cold late afternoon in early spring, a fierce solar storm swept through the western sand tufa nest and left numerous hollow and broken tubes in its path. Focus stacking and bracketing quickly to capture the special fleeting moment, it is brought to you for your enjoyment.

Tags:   Sand tufa Mono Lake California sunset dynamic

N 65 B 840 C 18 E Apr 1, 2022 F May 25, 2022
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Mysterious persistent blemishes in pristine dunes. Cracks in the Earth's crust. Dorsal fins of extinct sand fish. Regal profile. Name your impression of this in comments below.

Tags:   Death Valley California sand dry mud ripples black and white BW desert abstract

N 68 B 1.1K C 34 E Mar 30, 2022 F May 21, 2022
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On this evening, I planned to reshoot Hell's Beach in the eastern sand tufa nest. I was, however, turned back by cops who were engaging in some non-specified law enforcement activities that even the visiting center did not know about. Being the landscape paparazzi I am, I parked at the main lot and stealthily hiked in, expecting bullets flying through air. The change of plans worked out wonderfully as I got the light exactly where I wanted to, and I would not have gotten the light at Hell's Beach. I guess, the cops knew better ... Let me know what you think about the title.

Tags:   Mono Lake sand tufas sunset eastern Sierras


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