Don Bauder 6:30 p.m., Oct. 24
Captaviting blue sky and lush green mountain slopes about half way up GARNET PEAK looking NORTH on 3-3-2013 after a sudden and brutally painful hail storm hit us only about a hour earlier! You can see a bit of the salton sea on the right center, and in the far, far distance, and slightly left of the center, the PINTO MOUNTAIN RANGE in JOSHUA TREE National Park. Photograph by Robert Chartier.
P.S. I frequently break the rule of THIRDS in my landscape photography, this image is a fairly good example of why breaking the rules can indeed work when a frame can express more of an image going outside the box:-)
March 6, 2013