Here are some different colored versions of Cathedral Rock near Mount Charleston, in the Spring Mountains. These photos don’t do the rock any justice, you need to see it in person to appreciate it’s shape and beautiful colors. Maybe the 200mm wasn’t the best choice, the 70mm may have rendered/collected better colors but I left that lens at home. Oops!
During my very short visit to the Equine arena this afternoon, this rather odd-looking vehicle appeared. Of course, I had to get the shot, I later processed it and emailed it to my Michigan buddy, and my father. Neither men could place it and came to the same conclusion as I did.
This vehicle must be a hobbyist’s creation which I believe is very cool! I’d like to chat with this guy to find out the story behind its creation. My best guess is that this guy is retired military, and has some extra energy and time to build something so badass!
In the early afternoon today, I had a short ride around the area and found some folks riding at the horse arena. Of course, I had the Nikon at arm’s length and walked to the arena.
Such beautiful, powerful animals and they scare me but are so wonderfully photogenic. Permission was given for these photos, I used the Nikkor 200mm lens here, and lots of processing to pull up the very dark areas. Fun!