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Moonbeam Type 3:2



One of the most intriguing landscapes I’ve visited is the “Race Track” deep inside Death Valley National Park. This is the place that rocks mysteriously move along the ground. While almost always dry, its unusually flat surface is covered with small but firm hexagonal clay or mud crack polygons. Most people who make this primitive road trip go to see the rocks with trials stretched out behind them - eluding to the never-captured-on-video movement, yet.

The road here is almost thirty miles of rough rocks and wash areas after the paved one ends. I do like how difficult it is to get here, but wow its rough and beautifully desolate!



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Limited Editions 100

Artist Proofs 5

Death Valley National Park, California USA

Experimental long exposure still shot & moving camera shot fusion

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I-SHOT-IT Mark of Excellence 2019

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Celebrity Award in Social Exposure ViewBug 2019

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World's Top 10 Landscape Photographers 2019 Bronze Award

IPA One Shot 2020 Honorable Mention

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