Stephanie and I just returned from Anza Borrego where we camped at Coyote Canyon for two nights and spent one night in Fish Creek and Olla Wash. The weather was dramatic and cold for the first day and got progressively warmer. The last night I took pictures using the bulb or open shutter under a glorious full moon. I was amazed with the results. The color is a little soft and grainy but the look is surreal. I stood outside in my bare feet braving the scorpions at 2 A.M. to take some of these pictures of our surroundings.
Coyote Canyon Vista in Anza Borrego Desert State Park on a cold afternoon March 23,2005.
A smoke tree in Sandstone Canyon
An unusual anticline geological formation in Split Mountain, Anza Borrego Desert State Park
A stereo image of Sandstone Canyon
2 A.M. under a full moon and the hils of Olla Wash in Fish Creek.
Night time with Stephanie sleeping in the tent.
The Murano under the moonlight