#92 Evening Rain (South)

August 30th, 2010

Evening Rain (South)

That mountain is 3000 feet higher

Looking the Other Way

Is something any photographer needs to do. You see a good photograph in front of you, but something even better may wait behind. I made this just a few minutes before the photograph I posted yesterday, by pointing my camera south, toward Casper Mountain. Yesterday’s photograph was made by pointing the camera just about 180 degrees the other way, toward Montana. My tripod never budged.

Funny thing is, I originally went to this spot to point the camera Eastward, toward Omaha. I had planned to get a fine portrait of an August sunset, above a slab of primordial seabottom. That never happened. I’ll show you what did, tomorrow.

Rating 3.50 out of 5

One Comment

  1. Bob Towery Says:

    Funny how that works, you go to get a shot, but when you look behind you – WHOA! I think this is a gorgeous image, the cloud formation is different and beautiful. Nice work.

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