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    Posted: 18 April 2019 at 15:16
Hi everyone,

On to another day, this time we focus on Monument Valley. This will be split into several sections (as will become clear) and the obvious place to start is first thing in the morning...

1. It's Morning Back In The UK


This is one of the first tries I've had at night-time photography; a lot to learn....

2. Pre-Dawn Light



3. Mitten and Recession



4. Nearly But Not Quite



5. Touch of Colour



6. Left and Right



7. Suns Up!



8. Sunburst



9. Radiant



10. Butte Outline



11. Butte and Mittens



12. I See The Tourists Are Out Early Again



13. Time For breakfast



These are all taken and shown in strict chronological order and demonstrate nicely the impact of how differing levels of light and the environment can make such a difference to the same scene. Post breakfast excursion to follow!

Thanks for looking and comments, as always, both encouraged and appreciated.

best regards, Neil.
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7, 8 & 12! 7 & 8 are quite similar vantage points though much better than some of the advertising photos I've seen in the past. Makes me want to pack my things and revisit that beloved area right now!
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The light in 13 is really nice. I think I’d personally clone out the bird. I know from experience shooting in these locations ideal light doesn’t last very long when there’s no clouds but you managed nicely. Tfs
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You used the light very well Neil!
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Neil,
Another stunning set from this magical place. It's interesting seeing the dawning light, and the way it affects the scenery. All are very beautiful, with my stand-outs being ##1, 5, 8 and 11.
Looking forward to more....
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8, 9 and 12 for me. Stunning environment.
 



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