VALLEY OF FIRE - SNEAK PEEK !
My first stop during my travels was the "Valley of Fire" in Nevada. The valley received its name from the red sandstone formations, which were created by shifting sand dunes during the dinosaur age about 150 million years ago. There are many beautiful photographs to be found here. My favorite place to photograph was the "Rainbow Vista". After a day of overcast weather, which I used to focus on details and close-ups, the sky finally opened up and the clouds started to move around and create a wonderful all day long light show. Dramatic cloud formations, along with the shadows they cast, can add real depth to your photographs and if the sky happens to be mostly filled with clouds, just about anytime of the day is great for photography. Count your blessings!
Shown below is a moment that resonated strongly with me.
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