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Peter Böhringer Photography / 10 items

N 345 B 17.0K C 41 E Apr 30, 2013 F Jul 1, 2017
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An intimate take of a famous spot in the American Southwest called “The Boneyard”. I believe the name was coined after an image from the boutique photographer Michael Fatali.

To get here at the right time requires jumping several hoops.

The most challenging part is getting a permit which allows you to hike to the North Coyote Buttes (“The Wave”). The ideal moment of the year to get there is spring or autumn for two important reasons: the temperatures during the day and the incidence of the morning light on the boneyard.

The second challenge is to start the hike in the complete darkness and be there before sunrise. There is no trail and if you never did this hike during the day light before you most certainly will get lost until there is enough day light to redirect yourself. By then you will not be there for the right light anymore!


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Tags:   boneyard wave north coyote buttes Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness arizona rock house road page kanab sunrise southwest photo adventures fourcorners.photography Peter Boehringer Photography

N 749 B 56.6K C 52 E Nov 4, 2009 F Jul 3, 2017
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The State of Nevada has more and better to offer than hyper Las Vegas. About one hour northeast of it is the Valley of Fire State Park. This is the last most west outpost of sand stone country which is so characteristic for the Colorado Plateau. However, it is not a repetition of what you see in Utah or Arizona. The area is very unique and worth a visit!

One of its many uniqueness are wind and water eroded caves. These can be small and in some cases a little bit larger. An exploration is worth it. I entered this one and came out of it with two things: an intimate impression of Earth’s bowel and with back pain as I had to make myself small and contort my body to get into position for this shot.


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Interested in a photo tour through the American Southwest, Brazil, Bolivia, Namibia or Tuscany? I can help you with it and make you come back with unique shots.
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Image is under Copyright by Peter Boehringer.
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Tags:   Valley of Fire Nevada sand stone cave patterns Southwest Photo Adventures fourcorners.photography Peter Boehringer Photography

N 293 B 19.2K C 31 E Apr 17, 2015 F May 12, 2015
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I lost count of how often I went to the so called Racetrack Playa located in the middle of Death Valley National Park. However, this time I chose a new route to access it. Instead of taking the ‘highway’ coming from Ubehebe Crater I thought it would be interesting to take the Lippincott Road over the Lippincott Pass. OH BOY, that was a crazy adventure which I most likely will not repeat! Everything went well, but I was sh****** my pants while driving up, upper and uppest and the trail was getting narrow, narrower and narrowest and steep, steeper and steepest. Once up at the pass there were six Jeeps lined up to get started to go down the same route I just came up. We were all most lucky that we met up at the pass and not some hundred meters below, because there is not wiggle room for any kind of passing, maneuvering, or turning around!

Once getting up to the ancient lake bed which makes the Racetrack the drive was forgotten as the famous sliding rocks and its trails were already waiting for us to show off. By the way, the mystery concerning what makes these rocks move is solved. Read here!

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Interested in a photo tour through the American Southwest? I can help you with it and make you come back with unique shots.
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Image is under Copyright by Peter Boehringer.
Contact me by email if you want to buy or use my photographs.
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Tags:   California Death Valley Racetrack sliding rocks S rock trail Guided Photo Tour adventure Peter Boehringer Photography gold Sunrise Landscape outdoor mysteries fourcorners.photography

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Scene photographed along the Fremont River which flows through Capitol Reef National Park. Asking the a ranger for its location will not help you at all. The most I got out of her is that it is a man made falls and that the location and access is closed as allegedly several people drowned at this place.

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Interested in a photo tour through the American Southwest? I can help you with it and make you come back with unique shots.
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Tags:   Peter Boehringer utah capitol reef national park us four corners southwest water falls orange yellow flow long exposure fourcorners.photography

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There are two portions of the Antelope Canyon. The Upper is famous for its light beams and only accessible with a guided tour. The Lower allows you, as long as you carry a camera + tripod, to wander and explore it on your own for 2 hours. Present image was shot in the latter.


Interested in a photo tour through the American Southwest? I can help you with it and make you come back with unique shots.
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Tags:   Peter Boehringer Boehringer lightpalette Arizona Light & Dark Lower Antelope Canyon Magenta Page Nikon D700 Lake Powell Southwest Guided Photo Tour fourcorners.photography


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