As I climbed near the top of a heap of boulders near the Joshua Tree National Park entrance, camera swinging around my neck, I had no idea what an amazing view awaited until I peeked around the corner, balancing at the edge of a 40 foot drop. I couldn't go any higher and I had to shoot in the moment to catch the hazy light shining down through the clouds. Without a tripod, I leaned out for an unobstructed view, finding stability against the giant boulder next to me. It felt like a big brother giving me support when I needed it most. I gratefully calmed my breath and made this exposure of the light beams forming over the desert mountains.
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