Finally I found this spot which did not have so many people close by, I had to stay back from the edge so as not to get numerous people in the shot and I liked the beauty of the rocks where I stood as part of my foreground. I know my composition could have been better but this is what happens when you are up against nature’s time clock. The sunset showed off for me, so happy for that and so worth my frantic rush to get this shot. My sister is sitting nestled down on a small ledge to the right to take some shots of her own, she is so small in comparison.
The park is so named because of its use as a natural corral by cowboys in the 19th century, where horses often died of exposure.
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If you look carefully you might see one or two remaining stars.
It as much as I was thrilled to se the sensor pulling out these cloud colors hidden to the the eye in this first morning twilight, I’m not afraid to say I was also pissed at the mentality of other photographers that turned up way after me, in fact I was the first here & had a position sorted , but the ignoramus side of some photographers shows up & just set up shop wherever they feel like without even a blink or common courtesy to ask! Its times like that I feel like using my tripod for other pusposes & reasons why I predominately prefer to shoot solo.Their ignorance forced me change postions without getting into an early morning barney.
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