Nikon D600, Tamron 70-300mm, B&W CPL, Induro tripod and head
Whether as a means to explore abstraction, or an assemblage of elements to present a full context landscape image, shooting at White Sands was all about lines, forms, and texture. Classic and pure photography. Black and white imagery is often the best way to convey the flow of lines without distraction, and I felt this scene benefited greatly from the transition. Here, sunset light spills into the dune field, illuminating this collection of pyramidal shapes.