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Moon Boy framed by Delicate Archs moonlight shadow
24-SEP-2007

Moon Boy framed by Delicate Arch's moonlight shadow

Arches National Park (Moab, Utah) view map


The almost-full Moon was bright---I neede no headlamp to get around.

The 18mm lens setting used here makes me appear to be farther away from the camera than I was. The distance was about 50 feet (16m), which is about the operating limit of the camera's infrared remote control.

Joe Tripod, who held my camera for this long exposure, has no operating limit. He works equally well under all conditions.


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LeeG26-Mar-2014 01:27
Must be about time for a Moab sp redo, Dave.... you have to be sandstone deprived by now.
dan dunn03-Feb-2009 08:11
this one is really a great shot.....
Rebecca10-Oct-2008 04:18
How did I miss this one before? I love it...I hope it was a full moon otherwise that could be an interesting climb around that area! LOL Big Vote
Tom Briggs25-Oct-2007 12:34
You're fortunate Joe Tripod can hold the camera steady for 34 seconds ... must be great to have a silent partner like that
Monte Dodge19-Oct-2007 12:41
This shot is cool!!! V
Dave Beedon04-Oct-2007 21:40
Leaning against the rock made it fairly easy. In another picture I had nothing to lean against:http://www.pbase.com/listorama/image/86338510 .
Greg Little04-Oct-2007 21:33
Wow! ...you can stand still for 34 seconds!

Great shot.
dan dunn30-Sep-2007 01:01
best sp I've seen Dave
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