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Wednesday
Apr142010

Joshua Tree National Park

I've finished editing my images from Joshua Tree and I thought I'd share them here. The purpose of the trip was to capture star trails at night but we squeezed in some photography during daylight hours as well. First up is a time lapse movie that is best viewed in full screen mode. It demonstrates the rotation of the earth by combining 249 images taken over 2 hours while the camera was pointed at the north star with a Joshua Tree in the foreground right.



This next image I've shared before in a separate post. It is a 360 degree panoramic view of Coachella Valley from Keys View inside the park.





Sometimes I like to capture images of the same subject multiple times in different light. Here's an example of such at Cholla Cactus Garden


The next three images were taken of a place known as Skull Rock.




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