Monday, April 27, 2015

Indian ruins are a fun link to the past although hard to find sometimes. Although a tough hike in the wintertime, this turned out to be well worth the hike. "Fallen Roof Ruin"

False Kiva at night lit by three different flashlights and the moon in the background as light sources. This shot was difficult to set up. Expose your light too long, and the shot is overexposed, too short and it does not turn out. 

You have to have a little fun when you do photography. 
My friend David Swindler (Picture the snapped this shot of me goofing off.

This grainery is named house of fire as it looks like it is on fire. The ruin is an easy mile or so walk from the road.

Mesa arch at sunrise.

More fooling around at False kiva as we were waiting for the sun to go down.

This is from the valley of the gods.

The moon behind a cloud makes for an interesting "comet" in an other worldly foreground.