Win Mag's picture

Crown of the Kings

Monument Valley, Arizona, USA

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Mark V's picture

5 stars for you. And I won't even try to do landscape photography ever again ;)

edit: I do wonder what happens if you print this. Does the image still stand or does it get to edited. Hard to see at this resolution.

Martijn Kort's picture

love the light trails!

Andrew Christmann's picture

Yup, like Mark said. I quit!

Win Mag's picture

Dont quit! thanks Andrew

Black Rock's picture

Lovely shots !

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Rob VanderStelt's picture

Stunning! How many exposures/shots is this?

Matthew Saville's picture

If you or anyone else is wondering, the bottom line is that the Milky Way Core is 1.) not that big (to scale) against The Mittens, and 2.) It rises in the exact opposite direction, so you'd have to be in roughly the exact opposite position from these three mittens in order to see the Milky Way rise behind them.

Ryan Luna's picture

You also forgot to add that you can't see the MW during golden/blue hour. lol. But meh...it's still a lovely image.

Win Mag's picture

this was around 12 exposures, 5 for the milky way, another 4-5 for the light trails, then a base image.

Ryan Luna's picture

As a piece of art, i love it. It's just funny to see the MW mixed in with blue hour and even golden sunlight on the horizon knowing that's impossible.

Philip Chavez's picture

The best

Jose Luis Cantabrana's picture

mental mate

Federico Aranda's picture

Very good image. I was there last month and fell in love with the place. Congrats! on a great capture

Philip Slotte's picture

This is amazing, great job!