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watching sun go down in Valle de la Luna (Moon valley) is a must if you are in the area. stone and sand have been folded into most bizarre formations, as a result of a sequence of transformations on the Earth's crust caused by the folding of the watery ground underneath the salt lake. if you are lucky (I was not) and there is no haze, you will see the low light in all tones of purple and pink on the distant volcanoes. but even with haze the patters of shadows over the bizarre rock and sand formations are simply hypnotic.

few days ago I posted this shot from a point of view about a dozen meters to the right, some of the rock formations in that shot are visible here as well, in the upper right corner.

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RAW, ISO 100, 30mm focal length, spot metering.

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Additional Photos by Kristine KL (avene) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1586 W: 134 N: 2932] (12675)
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