On the day I was leaving Death Valley last December, I had to leave behind a very interesting weather condition. Alas, I have to go back to work the next day otherwise I would have stayed and captured more. I was already on my way out but when something like this flashed on my peripheral vision, I was compelled to stop and shoot. As always, all feedbacks are always welcomed.
Nikon D500, 175mm, 1/400, f/6.3, ISO 100. Slightly warped to correct for perspective distortion.
Nice image Adhika. Without the title and your backstory, I would never have guessed the location as Death Valley in a million years. Kudos for coming up with something more unique from Death Valley. I like that you showed this much fog below the visible part of the mountain. No nits from, I like the ethereal look of this as presented.
Moody and mysterious; I am thoroughly enjoying this unique take on DV. Bummer about not being able to stay to capture more. I never would have guessed this was DV as my original thought was the Sierras. I like the white border as it looks like a fine art print hanging on the wall. No suggestions from me, I like everything as is.
Splendid image. The hint of blue adds to the dreamy and dreamlike quality - a feeling of timelessness. This is the sort of image that I really admire - one that I could look at over and over again. I hope you plan to print it.
Thanks, @Kerry_Gordon! This is indeed on the list of images I would like to print for my folio box. Admittedly since I outsource my printing, I pool my print jobs to keep the shipping cost per print reasonable. I really appreciate your kind words for the image.