This is an image of the inexplicable rock formations in Arizona's "White Pocket" area. To get here takes a very capable vehicle, or balls to the wall driver, due to the super deep sandy road that must be taken. We had the latter. Using sky and star applications, I managed to predetermine the location of the moon for this composition, and it luckily coincided with early dawn light. This is also a 12 shot focus blend for perfect detail throughout, allowing for massive detailed prints to be produced. The small web image does this no justice.
July 23, 2014
14mm · f/9 · 1/10 · ISO 160