One of the shots that I was anticipating to capture at Mobius Arch was the view of Mt. Whitney at a starry night. Since the view of the tallest peak in the contiguous US through the arch was facing west, framing a shot of the peak with the Milky Way was not even in the cards. Besides, the weather didn’t cooperate with me. So my focus was shifted rather quickly to capturing the clouds traveling across the sky instead for timelapse purposes. In the end I was simply glad to be able to capture the clear sight of the peak before the rain started coming down.
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