…can be seen in the upper-right-hand side of this image. I took this photo during my recent visit to the El Paso Mountains.
The white sheen of the lake bed is not an illusion; it is the result of salt deposits, which have been mined there since 1911.
This image was taken with my DJI Phantom 4 (https://www.dji.com/phantom-4.) Exposure: 1/1250th sec. @ f/2.8. All rights reserved. Scott Schwartz, a.k.a. “Aerialdrone.”
So, I’d parked my Jeep along this trail in the El Paso Mountains, and I decided to try to capture the vista, with the Rand Mountains to the south-west.
I was satisfied with the results, but what struck me after viewing this video on my computer, is the trail in the distance that seems to disappear into the Rand Mountains.
Photo by Scott Schwartz (a.k.a. “aerialdrone.”) All rights reserved.
As a landscape photographer, I look for patterns. So, I couldn’t resist this shot, while I was flying my DJI Phantom 4 (https://www.dji.com/phantom-4) over the El Paso Mountains, recently.
Many of the rock formations in the El Paso Mountains are of volcanic origin, and the rocks in the lower-right hand side of this image seem to be of this variety.