One of my favorite places to photograph is Joshua Tree National Park. On this day in particular, the clouds came rolling in and brought with them a visually stunning array of weather. But, each time I travel to Joshua Tree NP, I encounter a new and unique aspect that I somehow hadn’t noticed before. It’s that elusive magic that continues to draw me back over and over again. Sometimes, it’s gusts of strong wind that make the vegetation appear as though they are leaning over in sequence or it’s the moon hanging so low that I thought I could touch it, if I only climbed on that boulder up ahead. Sometimes it is the sunlight shining so intensely and at such an angle that the resulting strong shadows create a surreal and otherworldly aura.
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