Out Of Place

Please perspective large, many thanks!

This is a re edit of a person of my favorite pictures I captured this year. Whilst on a street vacation to visit some relatives in LA, I managed to just take a brief detour as a result of the Sierras on my way house, in which I found myself in the Alabama Hills. I have shot this area dozens of periods, and right after awhile most shots from below tend to start looking alike, so in an try to get a exceptional shot from this legendary area I centered my awareness on this lone tree and away from the mountains that commonly make up the subject matter make a difference of the impression (glance below for an case in point www.dyarphotography.com/photograph/morning-glory/ ). This tree definitely is something exclusive, standing by itself in this granite desert, flourishing where most vegetation does not. I assumed it was sort of a interesting contrast concerning the lush tree and the barren granite landscape. The 50 percent moon was a great contact way too 🙂

In any case, I was not pleased with the old edition of this shot, so I reprocessed it a little darker and hotter with extra “earthy” tones.

Many thanks for having the time to check out it out.
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Posted by Ryan Dyar on 2010-01-19 04:52:44

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