Vistas #1, Metro Phoenix

I don’t take many landscape shots, being drawn more to the small surprises, perhaps.  Well, and big bridges.

But sometimes the composition is right there for the taking.

Neither of these is an exotic or picturesque location in the usual sense; both are sometimes striking indeed.

 

Brush and reflection in foreground; mountains in background

San Tan Mountains viewed from Veterans Oasis Park, Chandler AZ

 

Tan sand and brush in foreground, white clouds and blue sky above.

Waste land adjacent to water treatment ponds, Gilbert AZ

 

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6 Responses to Vistas #1, Metro Phoenix

  1. Those clouds look solid, like shaving cream. Love it. Those clouds are rising moisture from the water treatment ponds, like the clouds we see in eastern Canada, rising from the thousands of little lakes in our area.

    The first one is great, too — but it needs a crane sitting on those branches, about a quarter of the way in on the left look to the right. A “happy dot”, third element.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – Cue the crane! Or egret, I guess . . . I guess I’ll just have to go back and try again. Sigh. What I suffer for my art.

  2. Barry says:

    the sky of the second is gorgeous – although lumpy!

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