Resembling a mini Badlands National Park, the recent torrential rains in Southern Colorado produced deep erosional cuts in a land development near my home. Intrigued by the textures in the late afternoon sunlight, I photographed this scene with my trusty Voigtländer Ultron 40mm f/2.0 aspherical lens cranked down to f/22 for optimal depth of field in the foreground and sky. The resulting photo is deceptive. I captured this shot lying prone on the ground. The terrain’s actual relief is only a few feet above my vantage point.
I’ve been woefully absent from the photo blog scene, but on a positive note, I have lots of material to publish in the coming weeks! Stay tuned and thanks for stopping by.