Captured on September 11, 2014 - Bryce Canyon, Utah. It was so dark I couldn't see my hand in front of my face - I know because I tried. Perfect for being overwhelmed by the dusting of stars in the night sky. But the moon was just below the horizon and I had to work fast as I could see a hint of light toward the east over the vast expanse of nothing below my Father and I. Working in the dark is difficult. Creating beautiful photographs is even more difficult, both technically and artistically. I really had to use my minds eye to see what might be happening in the next few seconds. All set up and ready to go, the moon began to peak over the distant line. Double check my settings and my exposure. Ready, set, click. Moonrise at Bryce Canyon.
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My name is Tim Herschbach, and I am a landscape photographer living in Pearland, Texas, a suburb of Houston. My goal is to seek out inspiring locations and instances of light, and capture, process, and print them to create fine art of the highest quality.
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