This is my take on the well known Sentinel Trees in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. I visited the trees with colleague Christian Heeb and our photo group one evening last week. It was a treat to spend some time with the 4,000+ year old trees and see them bathed in the famous Eastern Sierra light. The moon added a great counter point. I moved right to separate the moon a bit and noticed that the two trees were overlapping in a way that made them appear as one larger tree. I liked it so I went with it. The late twilight glow was so rich! I like this image in color, but felt it was screaming out for black and white.
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