Silver Lining

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Silver Lining

Death Valley National Park, 2018

Sand dunes reflecting Blue Hour light on a peaceful, clear evening. One of the great wonders of dune fields is how individual dunes tend to stay in place over the years. They endure gale force winds on a regular basis, and their surfaces, colors, and edges can change dramatically within a single day, but it’s still possible to locate certain dunes and compositions years after finding them. I have a growing collection of favorite spots out on these dunes, all saved as waypoints in a topographical map app on my phone. Each year I explore for new spots and visit old ones, always marveling at how dunes can be so changeable and yet so predictable at the same time.

Full details of my 2019 Death Valley workshop series will be announced soon. I have an exciting run of sessions planned and am currently taking names for the early notification list. Get in touch through my contact form, email, or a message if you would like to be on the list. All of my 2018 workshops (in all locations) are currently full, but waitlists are available.

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