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Peter Böhringer Photography / 14 items

N 905 B 30.7K C 98 E Oct 14, 2016 F Oct 24, 2016
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Somewhere deep in the Vermillion Cliff Wilderness is a place called White Pocket. Getting there is a challenge and only people that have the appropriate car should adventure there, otherwise you will end up stuck in the deep sand!
This is NOT and understatement!!!

Nikon D800E
Rokinon T&S f/3.5 24mm
0.8S, F/8
ISO 100
10/14/2016

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.
Contact me by email if you want to buy or use my photographs.
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Tags:   Peter Boehringer Photography Arizona Southwest Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness White Pocket Red Rock Red White Sunset Lee ND grad soft 0.6 T/S lens fourcorners.photography

N 222 B 16.0K C 26 E Mar 12, 2017 F Mar 12, 2017
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Join me and explore Lake Powell on a houseboat on this 5 days workshop, October 20-24/2021. For more details you might want to check out MY WEBSITE.

Images of some participants from previous tours can be seen here
and some of my own images can be seen here.

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Technical Details:
Nikon D800E
Rokinon T&S 24mm f/3.5
1/40s @ f/9.0
RAW ISO 100
10/10/2016 @ 18:22

Please, write ONLY honest/personal critiques. Attention seeking, pre-formatted critiques/logos without any personal words will be deleted!

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.
Contact me by email if you want to buy or use my photographs.
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Tags:   Lake Powell Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Bradley Cove Colorado River Utah water dam rocks sunset Peter Boehringer Photography Lee 0.6ND G S

N 229 B 12.9K C 21 E Oct 8, 2016 F Jun 16, 2017
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This image was created up at Cedar Mesa (UT) depicting an Ancestral Puebloan dwelling. The uniqueness lays in the pictograph which is not really a pictograph. I would call it a mudgraph as it was not painted with some colors as you would expect if from a pictograph. It was done with mud. The very same mud that was used to plaster the stones together for the dwellings you can see in this image.

The white men came to North America and it was already populated by Native Americans. There was not much respect for these inhabitants. There was not much interest for their cultural values, beliefs and history either. Interest and respect is surfacing slowly and the feeling that the native cultural legacy is to be studied, valued and preserved is coming up. The latest sweeping move in this regard was the creation of the Bears Ears National Monument December 28, 2016. Needless to say that the new administration wants to shrink the boundaries considerably. Drilling, farming and driving off-road vehicles seems to be more important. O tempora o mores!


Technical Details:
Nikon D800E
Rokinon T-S 24mm f/3.5


Please, write ONLY honest/personal critiques. Attention seeking, pre-formatted critiques/logos without any personal words will be deleted!


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.
_______________________________

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:   Cedar Mesa Ruin dwelling ancestral pueblo basketmaker pictograph bighorn Utah Bears Ears National Monument outdoors rock art fourconers.photography Southwest Photo Adventures Peter Boehringer Photography

N 237 B 11.3K C 36 E Apr 3, 2018 F Apr 3, 2018
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A dream came true! My trip to the Bolivian altiplano was in the making for 12 years. It was pure adventure. Rather than going for an organized tour I preferred to make my own tour. I engaged in renting a 4x4 car and inviting Jen and Bill, who I met first at my organized Lake Powell houseboat photography tour in 2015.

A group of 4 people and two cars made the trip safer as we constantly had difficulties thrown at us on a daily basis. We were able to help out each other to come out of it every time. At the end of these two weeks we have abundant stories to be told, images to be shown and a deepened mutual respect and friendship.

Present image was taken at the Sajama National Park. The center piece of this N.P. is the sacred and extinct Sajama volcano (21,463 feet, 6.542 m) and the repopulation of camelids, in particular Vicuñas. The big moss like looking plant is NOT moss but a VASCULAR plant called Yareta or Llareta (Azorella compacta). The plant is estimated to grow approximately 1.5 cm per year. Many are estimated to be over 3,000 years old. Present sample has a diameter of about 1,5 m which allows you to calculate how old it might be. Yareta is traditionally harvested for fuel, but its very slow growth makes this practice highly non-sustainable.

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Nikon D810
Nikon 19mm f/4
1/100s at f/9.0
RAW ISO 100
Lee filter ND 0.6 soft

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.
Contact me by email if you want to buy or use my photographs.
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Tags:   Bolivia Oruro Sajama Sajama National Park Parque Nacional Sajama Yareta Llareta volcano snow Peter Boehringer Photography fourcorners.photography

N 545 B 19.5K C 66 E May 26, 2018 F May 26, 2018
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Despite the increasing adversities encountered getting to White Pocket at Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness I keep going back to this magical place.

Increasing adversities were two cars, which never should attempted getting there and obviously got stuck in the deep sand. An overwhelming amount of people and tents brought in by local guide companies and their guides behaving like this is THEIR place. One of these guides had the nerve to harass me as I was there with two friends of mine, new to White Pocket, and I was showing them around. She thought she could scare me that BLM rangers will penalize me for taking friends to the White Pocket and ‘guiding’ them around. Last but not least, a helicopter showed up in the late afternoon to rescue one of the many people roaming around and who injured herself to the point that she was not able to get back to the car and drive to the closest health care center.

The secret is trying to blend all this out, knowing exactly what you want to shoot and just wait until everybody is gone and use the low light.

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Nikon D810
Nikon T&S 19mm f/4.0
10s at f/8.0
RAW ISO 100
05/18/2018

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.
Contact me by email if you want to buy or use my photographs.
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Tags:   White Pocket Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Arizona Lee ND Grad 0.6 Tilt & Shift Peter Boehringer Photography


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