Death Valley Adobe Ruin

Death Valley Adobe RuinWindow into Death Valley

Death Valley National Park, California, USA

Copyright 2012 O. Bisogno Scotti  All Rights Reserved.


Nikon D1X DSLR, AF Nikkor 24mm f/2.8D, exposure: f/5.6  1/750 sec.  +.67 exposure compensation, Manfrotto 3221 tripod, Manfrotto 3047 studio head.

Due to 25-35 mph winds blowing the poppies around, a 1/750 sec. exposure was required to stop the motion.  I manually focused on the adobe wall.  f/5.6 provided enough depth of field with the wide angle lens.

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7 thoughts on “Death Valley Adobe Ruin

    • Well ya’ know Larry, in the words of the venerable Stevie Wonder, “There’s a place in the sun, where there’s hope for everyone, where my poor restless heart’s gotta run…..”

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  1. Great photo……you know that there’s so much inspiration and awe that when I look through the window, that you can dream of almost anything.

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    • Exactly!

      “Like a long lonely stream, I keep runnin’ towards a dream, movin’ on, movin’ on.
      There’s a place, in the sun, and before my life is done, gotta’ find me a place in the sun.” S. Wonder

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  3. Natures’ Child. Thank you for liking “Death Valley Adobe Ruin”

    I am always fascinated by the way nature reclaims things made by the hand of man.

    Landscape Photography by O. Bisogno Scotti

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