It was like walking in a sand blaster that morning. Wearing cheap sunglasses I hiked the dunes with camera and lens wrapped in a towel at end of the tripod. A very enjoyable surreal morning!
Thank you AlanAlmost a yin and yang type of pattern to the shadows and the light. Nicely seen.
Thanks Jim, great minds think alike lol.This is sure cool Dale! Those dunes do lend themselves to abstracts, I am glad you composed this.
It can sure get sandy indeed, it's good you covered your camera because that sand can sneak in so easily into the gear. I know when it's a bit windy like that, I decide what lens I am using and I just stick with it as I won't change lenses then while out in the dunes.
Hey Jeff, thanksSuper, Dale! I love how you walked the tightrope on those highlights - perfection.
Killer comp too.
AWWWW SHUCKS, Thank You
Thanks Jim. Thats what I like about sand and wind. It looks like it did 10,000 years ago.Cool. The sand blasting was worth it, and of course that's how the old footsteps disappear.
Thanks Monika you chicken.You are braver than I, Dale. I don't even take my camera out of the pack in the sand dunes when it's windy!
Thank you Amy.Texture, light, patterns ,comp, and crop all perfection!