Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “hills

Red Rock Glow

Red Rock Glow

 

Sedona is kind of a magical town, I’m sure that it’s filled with hipsters and all of the trendy people but the area itself and the landscape seem magical to me. The brilliant red rock is everywhere and no matter where you look there’s a great picture.

In the best light…

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Thin Edge

Thin Edge

 

A friend commented that he thought I took the picture in Alberta. Although I shot this in Petrified Forest National Park, it is similar to formations near Drumheller and along the Red Deer River valley. All it takes are the right sedimentary deposits and consistent erosion.

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Home On The Range

Home On The Range

Ranch buildings are dwarfed by the background hills and the afternoon clouds above. Rain falling in the hills creates streaks over the landscape.

In the best light…


Snow On The Mountains

Thompson Hills

These aren’t so much mountains but hills along the South Thompson River. The actual mountains are not that far away.

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McGregor Lake Ice

Lake McGregor Ice

In another image that I have brought out of the archives, I’m using new post processing programs and techniques on images that have languished on my hard drives for a quite a while.

This image from the shores of Lake McGregor east of Vulcan, Alberta was made when the water was frozen over. I’m not sure that I like the way the little promontory kind of cuts the image in half. I might have changed the angle a little more or shot wider to make a clean line with the shore in hindsight. It goes to show you that sometimes you stop shooting too soon. Always try different angles and views.

In the best light…