Light in Fog Since it was a long exposure, but when a car came by, I thought it ruined. I looked at it later and liked how the trees on the left are just slightly viable while the light on the right appears like a phantom. So you never know how something will turn out.
Blast of Light/Night: Car Headlight in Foggy Wyoming Night
I am frightened of the dark. Petrified, really. Yet I do it for my art, and myself. Walking alone in complete darkness photographing in Wyoming (and elsewhere) is fear-inducing. It’s scary to be alone in the forest, hearing the snap of twigs and wondering what is following me, or through the field, getting turned around
A Twilight Landscape Photograph, Here at Brush Creek, Wyoming.
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