A tweak as suggested below:
And another idea, that maybe I should quit trying to be a landscape photographer and just try to find a passable composition in the part that appealed to me:
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On the way to the SE Oregon desert, hoping to do some astro a couple of weeks ago, I saw this pattern that caught my attention. It was unusual and I liked the way the light angle made it a very flat scene with the fine lines defining the shapes. But I don’t know if it has the slightest appeal to anyone else. Aerial scenery is 99.9% boring but once in a while something catches my eye. The angle of view is limited without going to a lot of trouble to circle and adjust position, so I’m usually content with a drive-by shooting.
All comments welcome!
Slight adjustments to punch a little contrast in LR, then into PS for some minor border patrol. Surprisingly, NR did almost nothing. I was afraid it would wipe out the patina of sagebrush, but it survived. No crop.