What a week last week was! First, it started in Moab, UT in Arches National Park and Canyonland National Park, then a long drive up to Pinedale, WY to tour the Wind River Mountain Range, finally on to Jackson for the next 5 days for our workshop in Grand Teton National Park. It was a week of almost no sleep and no reliable internet, so you didn't hear from me much at all. It was also a blast!
Last week I shared an image with you form Mesa Arch. That one was just after that sun had risen above the horizon. This image was before that. The sky and clouds are awesome but the arch hadn't lit up underneath just yet. I'll show you that one tomorrow ;).
If you ever get the chance to shoot this scene at sunrise, get there early! We were there at 3:30 am. There is only about 8 feet or so of "prime" real estate to shoot from so you need to be there first to get it. After sunrise and we packed up to leave there were at least 100 other people behind us. Not all of them were photographers, but we couldn't have photographed with them in front of us regardless.
Aperture Priority, F/8, ISO 100, 5 seconds.
Image captured with my Canon 5D Mk III and Tamron 15-30mm Lens. That combo was resting atop my Sirui tripod and K-40X Ballhead.