Death Valley October 2013

I’m just back from a week of photography in Death Valley and the Alabama Hills. Met up with my friends, fellow photographers Hadley and Marty. I shot everything with my infraredĀ  Panasonic G1. We spent most of our time in the Eureka Flat Dunes, where we found thousands of footsteps the first day. Later we were blessed with a pristine landscape after a day of ferocious winds swept the dunes clean. I’ll post some of my best compositions from the trip here. For those of you who’d like to see a larger group of my selected photographs, check out the Death Valley 2013 Gallery posted on my Zenfolio site.

I’m working on my annual winter holiday exhibition and I’ve decided to include several of these new Death Valley photos. The New Works 2013 Holiday Show – Radiant Light: Infrared Landscapes will be at my gallery on the main street in Point Reyes Station.

Here’s a link to the downloadable exhibition announcement: radiant-light-card

Opens Thanksgiving weekend Friday, November 29 and runs through Sunday, January 5.
*Artist Reception is Saturday, November 30th, 3-5pm.

Click any of these images to bring up the larger versions:

Mesquite Dunes 13.683

Mesquite Dunes 13.733Mesquite Dunes 13.741Mesquite Dunes 13.763

2 comments on “Death Valley October 2013

  1. You sure did find the “Light”. This is what it’s all about ,and nobody does it better than you.

    • Michael, thank you. I was blown away by the beauty of the light and all God’s creation in Death Valley. There were moments that I felt I was in a magnificent cathedral, with light streaming in from above… that it would be heresy to speak louder than a whisper.

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