The Polar Opposite – Stuck in Customs

The Polar Opposite

Photos from the Sydney PhotoWalk

Here is a very nice collection over on the Demotix website (thank you Richard Milnes) — you can get an idea of what it was like! Thanks again everyone for coming!

Summer in Death Valley

It is hot. Super hot. We’re talking around 120 degrees Fahrenheit (48 degrees Celsius). I thought I’d see a few other photographers and stuff around Death Valley, but I saw hardly any. I guess they all are smarter than me and go in the colder season! Anyway, it was kind of nice to be there totally alone… As you can see from my other shots from this racetrack area, I stayed here throughout the day and night… it was a wonderful time (even though it was a tad warm)!

Daily Photo – The Polar Opposite

Here is another photo from this mysterious part of Death Valley, where the rocks appear to move on their own accord. If you’d like to see the other photo I took of this place at midnight under the moon, just click on the “Death Valley” category under this post.

In the distance there, you can see that tremendous, heavy black rock. It remains in the middle of the lakebed in that pronounced manner, like a giant iron ship that is using ancient magnets to direct rocks around the lakebed.

The Polar Opposite

Photo Information

  • Date Taken2012-08-25 21:32:02
  • CameraNIKON D800
  • Camera MakeNikon
  • Exposure Time1/125
  • Aperture16
  • ISO100
  • Focal Length300.0 mm
  • FlashOff, Did not fire
  • Exposure ProgramAperture-priority AE
  • Exposure Bias-1