The Fins – Arches National Park, Moab, UT
This is a section of Arches National Park with natural sandstone sculptures that remind me of a school of sharks swimming through the desert with just their dorsal fins breaking the sand (or snow in today’s photo!). To change my perspective, I got down low to show how towering the rocks really were. This requires a tripod for the best results. In fact, most landscape shots do. The tumbleweed to the left gives some depth to the photo and a sense of reassurance we are still in the desert. I wasn’t sure about the lens flair (star shaped sun and floating lights) , but combined with the snow cover I think it adds a mystical feel . Who knows, maybe if I had stuck around long enough a unicorn would have appeared. That would have made the trip!
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