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by George Buxbaum
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Accessorize your life with unique stickers from an independent artist! Our vinyl stickers are available in four different sizes and are kiss-cut to create a 1/8" border around the perimeter of the design. Each sticker has an adhesive backing with plenty of stickiness to cling to any smooth surface while still being easy to remove.
Joshua Tree Full Moon. On a recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park, California, I was presented with a spectacular view at sunset / moonrise. On... more
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Joshua Tree Full Moon. On a recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park, California, I was presented with a spectacular view at sunset / moonrise. On this particular evening the sunset and moonrise happened at the same time, providing golden light on the foreground, a full moon visible through the Joshua Tree, and a phenomenon known as earth shadow. Earth Shadow is the shadow that the Earth itself casts on the atmosphere. This shadow is often visible from the surface of the Earth as a dark band in the sky near the horizon.
Just before sunset, a low, flat, dark blue band rises up from the eastern horizon. This is the earth's shadow and it stretches for nearly 180 degrees. It is bounded above by the pinkish anti-twilight arch and below by the horizon. The earth's shadow is best seen when the sky is clear and the line of sight is long. From a high elevation, the shadow appears sharper than it does from ground level.
My heart and passion is landscape, nature, travel, and urban photography but I am most at peace out in the field with a camera enjoying mother nature and capturing the beauty of the world around me. Come join my adventure as I share my view of the world one image at a time. Please take a few minutes to browse my portfolio and be sure to read the description for the images that grab your attention. In many of my descriptions, I attempt to bring you into the scene from my eyes as I contemplated what to include in the image. Maybe this will help you to connect with my vision of the scene and why I was moved to capture that particular moment in time. I shoot mainly for color images and most of my portfolio is comprised of color images...
George Buxbaum replied:
Thank you Lynn.