Oh Death Valley

No more day count maybe just some re-counting of recent travels and other things that keep me busy.

Haven’t posted for most of this week or picked up a camera to shoot in the same kind of way that I was doing over the last 6 weeks.

I came home and pretty much jumped straight back into work the day after we landed and have been busy working and booking up since then.

From our last days away in #deathvalley I was really blown away by the texture in the hills/mountains really but they felt like hills because you were so far away from them most of the time.

I really couldn’t quite capture it well at least I don’t think I could or did, not like my eyes were seeing it and telling my brain what I was looking at. Just such stunning scenery, colour, texture, depth and size of what was in front of you.

I could have spent so much more time here and at golden hour as well but being as remote as it is and having a travel companion with me, aka a very patient wife it wasn’t going to happen everyday. We did do a few sunrise and sunset days but traveling as much as we did we were just too tired.

I really saw why photographers go on photographic holidays this time around.

Enjoy some more #deathvalley I will keep trawling through my 17,500 images for some more gems.

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