North Window, Arches National Park, UT

Posted by Mike Hall (California, United States) on 24 February 2018 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

A full moonrise (or moonset) are always fun to photograph and depending upon your location, you can move around to set and reset where you see the moon in your landscapes. In this case, I was moving up the trail in the windows section of Arches National Park and noticed the moon could be framed up in the North Window. After moving around and waiting a bit, I was able to use the moon as the "pupil" of the eye shaped North Window.

Thanks for visiting my photoblog. Though I may not be able to respond to every comment, I do read them all and I appreciate your interest.

Michael Skorulski from Toronto, Canada

A fabulous frame that resembles an eye.

24 Feb 2018 7:34am

Annima from Toulouse, France


24 Feb 2018 10:24am

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

bon travail et recherche

24 Feb 2018 1:00pm

omid from mashhad, Iran

A M A Z I N G !!!!!!!!!

24 Feb 2018 11:00pm

Denny Jump from Bellevue, WA, United States

This is Beautiful, Mike! I hope all is well for you these days ;-)

26 Feb 2018 5:42am



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